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Red Dead Redemption 2 players discover 'awesome' new feature that I guarantee you missed

Ewan Moore

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Red Dead Redemption 2 players discover 'awesome' new feature that I guarantee you missed

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Red Dead Redemption 2 is a game simply overflowing with secrets, and one that is still finding ways to surprise and delight players to this day.

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There's so much to see and do in Red Dead Redemption 2 that even five years on fans are making completely new and unexpected discoveries. The sheer scope and scale of Rockstar's celebrated open-world is really on another level, and a new finding only serves to reinforce this.

Take a look at some of the best Red Dead Redemption 2 wins and fails below!

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Over on the Red Dead subreddit one player shared a get-rich-quick scheme that I can almost guarantee most of you won't have been aware of.

"After you finish the side mission with Algernon Wasp, go straight to the Saint Denis Post Office," writes the user. "On the wall, like the Hunting Requests, is a letter that allows you to sell Orchids through the mail. So you can make good money and the damned things won't sit in your satchel forever.

"If you do anything but head directly to the Post Office after completing the mission, it DISAPPEARS FOREVER. And your satchel remains full of useless flowers you can't do anything with."

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They go on to explain that only discovered this cheeky bonus purely through chance, which makes sense since this sounds incredibly easy to miss. Incredible to think after half a decade Red Dead Redemption 2 can still drop things that make me want to dive right back in and play it, but then what else would you expect from Rockstar?

Here's hoping GTA VI, which is expected to arrive by March 2025, can live up to the quality of Rockstar's last single-player adventure. Something tells me it'll probably be just fine, right? We just need to be patient.

Topics: Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games

Ewan Moore
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