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Red Dead Redemption 2 players can travel back to Guarma without mods

Red Dead Redemption 2 players can travel back to Guarma without mods

Let's take a trip to the tropical island of Guarma!

Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of Rockstar Games’ biggest titles and nearly five years after its initial release, fans are still finding ways to enjoy this beloved classic.

Originally released in 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, before coming to PC the following year, Red Dead Redemption 2 is not only one of Rockstar Games’ crown jewels, but it’s also one of the most critically acclaimed titles of all time with scores as high as 97 on aggregate websites such as Metacritic.

Check out the Red Dead Redemption 2 'Wins and Fails' video below!

There is perhaps no better game that allows you to live a fantasy cowboy life quite like the Red Dead Redemption games, or even Red Dead Online. A vast and visually stunning open world with a thriving ecosystem, enjoyable activities and a compelling story to boot. This series quite literally has enough content to keep you busy for years.

Without giving any spoilers away, at some point in the Red Dead Redemption 2 story, players are taken to an island called Guarma. This offers one of the most memorable and pivotal moments in the story, which is saying something considering this is a game full of epic moments.

However, once players leave Guarma, they are not able to return. Well, at least officially anyway, because players have discovered that you can return to that island without having to use mods. As reported by Screen Rant, revisiting Guarma will require some glitches and a lot of patience.

As explained in a video from from YouTube channel 'Basement Gamers Bros', players must first activate a glitch that will allow them to exit the main map. You must then head to the east bank of Lannahechee, grab a canoe, head north and get rowing like there’s no tomorrow. Just a heads up, it's apparently easy to lose track of your location while in the water, so you need to stay on the right-hand side of the river.

Once you finally reach the island of Guarma there are a fair bit of activities that you can partake in, which is quite surprising, as I’d assume this island would be a barren wasteland as it was never intended for the player to revisit.

You can not only see the gorgeous sites of the island at your leisure, but you can also treasure hunt and discover new animals not found on the mainland. It must be noted that there are no horses or wagons on Guarma, so all exploration must be done on foot.

In related news, rumours of a Red Dead Redemption remake have been running rampant in recent months. The most recent of which claims that the remake will launch with the Undead Nightmare expansion, but not with the RDR’s original multiplayer mode. The latter of which makes sense, seeing as we already have Red Dead Online.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is also backwards compatible with PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games

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