Red Dead Redemption 2 Leaks Full Map, Lacks Mexico


Red Dead Redemption 2 map has finally leaked on the Internet and, in case you’re not worried about potential location spoilers, you can look into it right now.

To be precise, the map has leaked thanks to an official German guide, which lets you give a proper look in the size and more detailed into the towns and paths we’ll be crossing throughout the adventure.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Leaks Full Map, Lacks Mexico

The prequel to Red Dead Redemption features the original starting town Armadillo, Fort Mercer, Macfarlane’s Ranch, Tumbleweed, Blackwater, Thieves’ Landing, and Tall Trees.

It’ll be interesting to see how some of those towns are in the game, as for example, the first RDR featured Tumbleweed as a ghost town, so being this a prequel we might see how it was before it turned into that.

On top of that, it must be noted that the game is not including the area of Mexico, which is possibly a good news considering it was one of the less appreciated parts of the original’s map and story.

Even with Mexico’s absence, anyway, it looks like the map is bigger than the previous game and features a lot of areas we’ve not explored in Xbox 360 and PS3’s game.

The new areas are likely to be reserved to the upper right side of the map, which we don’t have any reference for and appear to be completely at our disposal for some good exploration.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is releasing October 26 for PS4 and Xbox One.


The tweet is no longer available. Take a look at the screenshot of the map below.

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