Each foe will usually have a couple bucks on them, but they also tend to have watches, rings, and other valuable items that can be sold to an in-game merchant called a Fence. Sometimes you'll be required to bring in the bounty alive, so use your lasso and hogtie the person. Once you got the cash, head out to your horse and run for it! Rob Trains Yes, believe it or not you can rob trains outside of the standard mission. New guns, cosmetic items, upgrades, and so on are plentiful throughout the game. There are , so you can take a trip out there and sell off the gear that the folks at the General Store would ask too many questions about.
Head to the local Sherriff office and you can find Wanted criminal posters that you can hunt down for cash. If you study the particular animal, it will give you a star rating on what kind of pelt you will receive from it. This depends on the type of animal you are hunting. Red Dead Redemption 2 offers plenty of ways to get sweet goods with and without money. You will come across an opening that has cave in it.
As long as you aren't seen by any lawmen then you should be fine. Robbing Establishments If you like to live on the edge, you can always turn to a life of crime instead. We still do recommend doing these quests, especially if you are just starting. Players who are interested in less legitimate methods may want to know about the gold bar exploit, though. Complete treasure hunt quests One of the best ways to earn big money is to complete in-game treasure hunts. There will likely be some collateral damage from these robberies, including a few casualties. Arthur learns how to hunt early in the game, and players should use those skills whenever possible to get more money as well as supplies for the camp.
Just ride alongside the train and hop on, then go about robbing it at as you see fit. Head to any bar or saloon, and you should be able to find a table for Poker, Blackjack, Five-Finger Fillet or Dominos. On the map front, we have , , , and too. This guide will aim to help make players wealth-building aspirations a reality with the best tips for utilizing strategies that will make them the most cash in the smallest amount of time. Dead enemies are marked on the mini-map with an X, so just remember to go around and collect any goodies they may have on them. Of course, there are other ways to make money in Red Dead Redemption 2, like , but the methods outlined above seem to work the best. This takes you to a ledge where you can jump down.
This area has a big rock formation with a hole in the middle of it. You will need to take down some guards, but once you do you can stick up all of the passengers and then take whatever you can from the baggage cart. Once you've found yourself a three star animal, you will then need to kill it correctly. Head to a Sheriff or Post Office building and check the noticeboard inside, and if there's a bounty posted there the person's general location will be marked on your map. . Red Dead Redemption 2 Online only gives you money for the first time that quest is completed that day.
These fences will gladly buy and trinkets you have picked up on the way, whether that be jewellery or gold at quite a nice premium. Gold bars Gold bars were a lucrative source of income back in the old West, and there are quite a few to be found in Red Dead Redemption 2. Once you get to level 10 you can go buy a bow from the Gunsmith and start obtaining Perfect Pelts to sell. Scroll down to Quick Join and select Story Mission On-Call. Try to hunt animals outside of any city with a Butcher Shop like Blackwater or Saint Denis. You can use a glitch to gain up a ton of money. There are a variety of ways players can earn cash in the game, but here are the best methods to make money.
The fastest way out from here is to kill yourself. Replaying the same mission will net you a bunch of experience, but no cash. Red Dead Redemption 2 players have discovered a gold bar glitch that allows them to turn one gold bar into 30 at a time. Look for this opening on the right to inch closer toward your goal. Turning in pelts and meat can typically net you 5 to 10 dollars a trip, even more if they are Perfect Pelts.
Not all of the missions will be quite so generous. It also helps to put a few extra dollars in my pocket. No matter what you offer, the Trapper is game for it. If you plan on doing this be sure to wear a mask and an outfit you don't wear for anything but robbing. Equip your bandana before you jump on a train and then hold everyone up in the carriages by pointing your weapon at them and watch as they quite literally throw their money at you.
We suggest always checking bodies during missions since they will vanish once the quest is completed. You can stow this on your horse as one of the outfit option so you can quickly change into it on the go. Rockstar Games via Polygon Which brings us to our next question: Where you should you spend that money? Progress through the story It might sound simple, but it is. Being an outlaw, it involves removing it from other people's coffers. Looting dead bodies and robbing people will get players not just cash, but plenty of stolen items as well. Money makes the world go round and such was the case even in 1899. These are also perfect methods for the player looking to keep their honor high in Red Dead Redemption 2, as robbing always comes with the risk of accidentally shooting and killing innocents, which lowers overall honor.