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Red Dead Redemption 2 Home Robbery Guide

Red Dead Redemption 2 Home Robbery Guide
Home Robberies are a great way to make money in Red Dead 2. This Red Dead Redemption 2 Home Robbery Guide will walk you through the basics of the home robbery system including how to get home robberies, what they entail and the possible rewards you can receive.

A Home Robbery is one of the many lucrative side activities in Red Dead Redemption 2. They involve you and another member of your camp chasing down a lead and finding additional valuables inside a house, valuables that would otherwise not be found without the Home Robbery mission.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Home Robbery Guide

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] To unlock Home Robbery missions you need to complete Chance Encounters. These are random events you can encounter when exploring. They are marked by a white marker on your radar and are usually accompanied by audio. A scream, a cry for help, a gunshot, that sort of thing. There are many different types of Chance Encounters but the ones you want to look out for are the ones aiding criminals.

If you see a prisoner asking to have their shackles removed, or you aid in someone escaping bounty hunters, they have a high chance of giving you a tip. These tips turn into Home Robbery missions. Once you have a Home Robbery mission, you can return to camp and initiate the mission with one of your allies. They usually provide a good amount of cash for minimal work.

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