Red Dead Redemption 2 Has an Interesting Feature When Killing Rats in Saint Denis

Red Dead Redemption 2 Has an Interesting Feature When Killing Rats in Saint Denis

Red Dead Redemption 2 is full of fascinating features that are easy to miss, and I certainly missed this feature in my playthrough.

Red Dead Redemption 2 was one hell of a game. I don’t think there have ever been so many hidden secrets or whatever you want to call them in any video game I have ever played. Whether it is how Arthur Reacts to his longtime horse dying or even having to clean your rifles from time to time, Rockstar’s latest sequel is brimming with little features that are tied deeply to its gameplay or maybe just something you might miss during your playthrough. Today, I have learned about another interesting aspect of the game that I missed during my 50 plus hour playthrough.

Maybe some of you readers already took notice to this, however, I saw something that I thought was pretty neat. Saint Denis is by far the most rambunctious area within the game. There are plenty of activities that take place there to get yourself into some fun or trouble. Although, clearing out the cities rats could actually benefit Arthur in the long run. The Reddit user u/ZooNai pointed out that if you kill rats in the city of Saint Denis, your honor will increase. You can see for yourself in the video below.

Fun Fact #5837: Killing rats in Saint Denis increases your honor from r/reddeadredemption

I thought this was pretty neat since it seems like even looking at somebody wrong in Saint Denis would give you a bounty. Maybe being a good samaritan could actually benefit sometimes in Red Dead, however, it certainly is not as fun.

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