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Red Dead Redemption 2 Complete Official Guide Collector's Edition
Compiled and crafted in association with Rockstar Games, this guide is your indispensable companion to the vast, dangerous, and breathtaking world of Red Dead Redemption 2.
BONUS: Exclusive character art gallery with unique biographies
PREMIUM HARDCOVER: with guide pages printed on superior-quality art paper.
HUNDREDS OF UNTOLD TALES, TOLD: All events at your fingertips, from the most memorable missions to the rarest chance encounters – you need never miss a single moment of the story
CHARTING THE WILDS: Hi-res annotated maps detail everything you might hope to find as you travel: special collectibles, hidden lock boxes, uncharted landmarks… they’re all here
100% COMPLETION: Treasure hunts, gunslingers, robberies, loansharking, bounty hunting, table games – all streamlined for total completion
VISUAL SOLUTIONS: Supported by annotated 4K screenshots
COMPLETION ROADMAPS: Comprehensive flowcharts reveal the exact availability conditions of all missions and unlockables
EXPERT ANALYSIS: All key systems and parameters fully documented, with exhaustive appraisals of all weapons, items, horse breeds, animals – and so much more
EASE OF USE: Instant searches, print navigation systems and an extensive 2-page index give you immediate access to the information you need.
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