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Red Dead Redemption 2: Wants To Get The Best Ending? Here's How

Red Dead Redemption 2 how to get the best ending. Looking to get the best ending in Red Dead Redemption 2? Yes of course every player wants that but have made any attempt so far to make your ending the best?

2019/01/20

/ by Kevin Smith

  • Red Dead Redemption 2: Wants To Get The Best Ending? Here's How 
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Here's How To Get The Best Ending



Looking to get the best ending in Red Dead Redemption 2? Yes of course every player wants that but have you made any attempt so far to make your ending the best? We'll sit your brain down and try moving it to the direction towards the game’s climactic finish. The question is are you ready deliberately work along?

 Red Dead Redemption 2 here's how to get the best happy ending

Obviously, spoilers for Red Dead Redemption 2 follow big, whopping spoilers that you won’t want to read unless you’re really looking to get the best ending and not be disappointed when the credits roll. During Arthur’s final mission in Chapter 6, you are presented with a choice: help John or follow the money. Hope some of you is there right now are we right? Ok let's go on.


Help John:
If you decide to help John, you will fight your way up the mountain with him before agreeing to hold off the Pinkerton agents to allow him to escape.


Once you’ve fought them off, Micah will turn up for a scrap. Arthur still dies if you win the fight, so painful seeing Arthur die, he's almost every players favorite, well let's get back to the track, he gets a peaceful death, looking out over the mountain.

Go for the money:
If you go for the money, it plays out largely the same. The difference is that you fight back to the camp and head into the cave for the money. On the way out, you fight Micah in the burning remnants of the camp. Oh mine that will be a brutal fight.


While they’re both similar, helping John feels much more in line with Arthur’s character at this point. He’s seeking redemption, after all he’s a dying man, why would he even need the money? Huh?

If you’re looking for a bittersweet payoff, we would suggest going down the John route, which seems to be the canon choice after all, it’s the option the game selects if you don’t choose. So move along. 

Arthur also makes it clear throughout the story that he isn’t a fan of revenge, so why would he go hunting for Micah instead of helping his friend? Oh!! That's anguish because I love revenge (kidding). Common You know what to do.


Once you’ve done this, the game isn’t over yet, you still have two entire epilogue chapters where you play as John Marston. Still, the end of Chapter 6 is the end of Arthur’s story, and John’s chapters are much more linear. So you have to come over and join us in weeping.

For beginners that are starting the game or folks that yet haven't finished the wild west open world, don't forget to see the 11 things players wish they knew before starting Red Dead Redemption 2.

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