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How To Unlock Stone Hatchet In GTA Online & Red Dead Redemption 2

How To Unlock Stone Hatchet In GTA Online
Want a Stone Hatchet in GTA Online & Red Dead Redemption 2? This guide will cover everything for How To Unlock Stone Hatchet In GTA Online and Red Dead Redemption 2 which includes completing two different objective sets in order to unlock the item in both games.

How To Unlock Stone Hatchet In GTA Online & Red Dead Redemption 2

In order to learn How To Unlock Stone Hatchet In GTA Online & Red Dead Redemption 2 you need to load into a public lobby in GTA Online. Wait 5-10 minutes and Maude will send you a text message informing you of some upcoming Bounty Hunter work. She tells you that she will send you a file.

You don’t need to do anything else for now. Wait another 5-10 minutes and eventually you will get another message from Maude, except this time it will be in email format. This will give you the location of the first bounty. Use your map to find the general area and head that way. Once you are there, drive around the around and look for a civilian with a red icon above their head. This is your bounty. You can either kill them or injure them and take them in. Either way you get paid but the latter pays you more.

Each time you complete a bounty, you will get another email 5-10 minutes later with another target. You also get a picture of the target in the email, making it much easier to track them down. Using a helicopter is the fastest way, one with weapons even quicker. You need to complete 5 total bounty targets for Maude.

Once you have completed the 5 bounties Maude will contact you with the location of a chest. Head to the box, open it and you get the Stone Hatchet. Then you must complete a challenge to get 25 kills with the Stone Hatchet to unlock it in Red Dead Redemption 2.

And that’s How To Unlock Stone Hatchet In GTA Online & Red Dead Redemption 2.

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