Rockstar Is Addressing RDR2 Camp Issue

Red Dead Redemption II- old Mexico way

Red Dead Redemption II- old Mexico way

Players have been reporting over the past week or so that a number of Arthur Morgan's pals, such as Sadie Alder and John Marston, have vanished during Red Dead 2's second chapter.

Rockstar is now working to fix a known glitch in Red Dead Redemption 2 that's causing certain companions to disappear from camp during the main story's early chapters. Plus, with a larger inventory, Red Dead Redemption 2 players will put themselves in a position to more easily win larger battles and firefights since they will have additional tonics to refill their health, stamina, and Dead Eye meters.

In short, if for whatever reason you use the Retry Checkpoint option while completing the mission "Polite Society, Valentine Style", the bug will surface.

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An FSU police report showed that Beierle told police he may have accidentally bumped into someone, but denied grabbing anyone. Beierle pistol-whipped Quick, who was left with bruises and scratches over this left eye and nose from the confrontation.

'In order to experience all vignettes and conversations, players must complete the "Polite Society, Valentine Style" mission without using Retry Checkpoint.

The developer notes a permanent fix is in the works and will be included in a future patch, though it didn't provide a timeframe for the update. If players manage to donate the correct animal pelts and complete some other requirements, they will be well on their way to unlocking all of the satchel upgrades in the game. If you fail the mission, make sure you immediately abandon and restart it, or load an earlier save.

If you've already encountered the bug, you'll have to keep playing RDR2 until chapter four to see Sadie, Jack, John, and Abigail in the camp again.

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