Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now, and it explains the majority of game systems that you want to interact with over the many hours you can play it. But since it's so big, some of the information can be ruled out in several hours. This is a smart decision which means that players are not overwhelmed from the start, but you can find yourself questions that the game is not ready to answer yet or that you just missed.
As you expect, the Open-World game is crowded with things you can do, as you can read about in our Red Dead 2 review. Should you choose, you can sink a large number of hours to explore the great American wilderness and enjoy the beautiful surroundings it presents, hunt for animals to provide friends and family, or rob trains ̵
To help you beat the ground, we've collected a number of tips that will help you get together better in the past. These should serve as a reason to jump into the world of Red Dead Redemption 2, so we've included a bunch of some minor things that, when we realized them, made for smoother play sessions. Besides them, the information the game tells you, but may not stress as much as it should. For the most part, this is all spoils for free so you have no chance of hearing about that moment there [REDACTED].
For more Red Dead Redemption 2 tips, we have spoiler-free guides on how morale and glory systems work, the best way to earn money, and some information about how weapon adaptation works. If you plan to spend a lot of time fishing, we also have a guide for it.
Make sure you're also watching Quickdraw, the weekly Red Dead Redemption 2 video series. In the first episode, we saw earlier Rockstar games that have affected RDR 2. The second episode, meanwhile, is a story summary of the original Red Dead Redemption.