Easter Egg – ‘Red Dead Redemption 2,’ Explains John’s Iconic Haunt
John Marston is a great video game character. Without his hat, it’s hard to argue with him. A keen Red Dead Redemption II player discovered the stylin’ accessory, and his fans have worked out how to make it one of their belongings.
Rumours abound that the original game will be remastered, in the same way as the Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas games were for the Definitive edition. Red Dead Redemption would likely look something like this, if there is any truth to the rumour.
Players are still exploring the Old West, making all kinds of discoveries in Red Dead Redemption 2.. They have a hint for the next Grand Theft Auto. This includes the story of the Bear Claw Camp massacre. The real name of John Marston’s son. How to save Lenny’s life . Fans believe that John’s hat was lifted from a Bluewater Marsh shack by the protagonist at the end of the game.
Black Belle, the outlaw and fearsome traitor that the player encounters during The Noblest of Men and a Woman quest took up residence in a ramshackle home in the swampland, before Arthur and the bounty hunters ambush her. After the enemies are defeated and Jim Calloway’s information has been obtained, Black Belle rides off and is never seen again. The player explores the house and finds various odds and ends, along with a hat that hangs from one of the hooks.
John’s hat falls off the train and he loses it. Players believe that Sadie and John met here after Arthur instructed Sadie to go to Copperhead Landing toward the end of the game. They then looted the house for supplies. John likely snatched it because it was a nice hat with some pizazz, including the feather, and the scratch along its brim.