Everything You Need to Know About Online Trophies in Red Dead Redemption 2
With the Red Dead Redemption 2’s map being as big as it is, it’s safe to say that the trophies associated with the game will be quite beefy. While not available at launch, Red Dead Redemption 2’s online portion, appropriately titled, “Red Dead Online,” is sure to be just as beefy as the single player, perhaps even more so. Naturally, you might be wondering if there are trophies associated with Red Dead Online. We’ve got the information you want. Are there online trophies in Red Dead Redemption 2? Here’s what you need to know.
In short, yes, there are online trophies in Red Dead Redemption 2, trophies to be obtained while playing Red Dead Online. In fact, there are 17 online trophies. Here’s a full breakdown:
-Breakout: Complete the Intro
-Series Major: Take part in a series
-Gun for Hire: Accept 10 Free Roam Missions from character around the world
-Eventful: Play 5 Free Roam Events
-Buckle Up: Achieve 5 gold belt buckles from awards
-The Real Deal: Achieve MPV 3 times (in a round with at least 4 players)
-Horses for Courses: Concurrently own 5 horses
-Getting Started: Reach Rank 10
-All’s Fair: Successfully counter a rival Posse’s Free Roam Mission
-Home Comforts: Purchase 5 camp improvements
-Non-Regulation: Craft 25 pieces of ammunition
-Posse Up: Form a Persistent Posse
-Master Craftsman: Craft 20 items (excluding ammo)
-Butchered: Sell 20 items to the Butcher
-Picked to Perfection: Pick 25 herbs
-Strength in Numbers: Complete a Free Roam mission as part of a Posse with at least 2 members
There are no silver trophies.
-Notorious: Reach Rank 50
As you can see, for the most part, these online trophies in Red Dead Redemption 2 are actually quite easy. With most of them being bronze, it’s hard to imagine any of them taking longer than a few hours each to obtain. Some of them seem extremely easy to obtain, such as the Butchered trophy. Hunt 20 animals and sell the meat to the butcher. That’s a cake walk.
Still, other trophies might take significantly more time. For example, reaching Rank 50 to obtain the gold Notorious trophy will likely take dozens and dozens of hours. If you’re someone who’s going after the elusive Platinum trophy in RDR2, though, an additional few dozen hours isn’t too bad. Good luck, trophy hunter!
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