The outcome of Red Dead Redemption 2 is determined by decisions gamers took through their Red Dead Redemption 2 journey. This highly successful Rockstar’s title harbors two distinct conclusions. One where our protagonist lives peacefully finally doing what he wanted to do and this conclusion is considered the “good” finale. The “bad” finish, in which Arthur Morgan expires from his wounds and is sent to damnation.
Let’s dive deep and know everything about all possible endings.
The Bad Ending of Red Dead Redemption 2
If you have a poor Honor score, then the mighty duo has finally run out of luck. Bell kills Morgan with a quick bullet to the skull. The plunder you want requires a return trip to the flaming encampment of the Van der Linde crew, where you must pursue Arthur.
Micah Bell will attack him as soon as he gets the gold. Once at the campsite, Arthur and Micah engage in a blade fight, with Micah emerging victorious and wounding Arthur. When Dutch arrives there and Arthur takes aim at Micah, it’s déjà vu again already. Dutch turns to leave, stunned by the party’s decision. Micah stabs the protagonist again from behind as he clings to death.
The Good Ending of Red Dead Redemption 2
To be honest, Red Dead Redemption 2 has two unique conclusions. With less than a few quests remaining, you will be presented with two potential climaxes. Here’s how it works: As a consequence of Dutch Van der Linde’s overzealous behavior in the previous iteration, Both the protagonist as well as Marston was forced to part ways. In addition, the protagonist has discovered that Micah Bell is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and he is sharing information about the band.
In the last gunfight, it’s only Arthur and John versus Dutch and the Pinkertons. Alternatively, gamers may go for the money from the Blackwater mission or assist Marston to escape his predicament.
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This is what will happen if you decide to help John. Consequently, the gunslinger duo must seek refuge at steeper elevations, well above the ensuing shootout. Arthur’s TB is nearing its end at this point in the gameplay. The protagonist decides to threaten his own existence to rescue John, who is being pursued by Arthur’s captors. Arthur and Van der Linde’s crew renegade Micah Bell face a battle on the trail’s peak.
Micah and Arthur beg for Dutch’s life as he enters the fray in the closing stages. One last decision must be taken before the final decision is reached. If your Honor is strong, the protagonist might state that he put several attempts to better himself. This leaves them with no choice except to surrender. Arthur acquiesces to disease while Bell escapes in wrath from the mountaintop.
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