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red dead redemption 2: Jack Hall Gang Treasure

Red dead redemption 2 is possibly one of the most exciting games I have ever played, with an ever expanding range of content.

One of the most frustrating things to do in the game is finding the treasure, during your travels you will find treasure maps, these will simply have some handwritten scribbles of the next map or treasure’s location. You may have noticed the map is a little bit massive, so finding these from a drawing of a tree, for example, is not easy. But dont fret, we’re here to help!

There are currently 11 treasure stashes in RDR2. Treasure maps can either be found throughout your travels, or you can purchase them from various treasure hunters.

1. Jack Hall Gang

This pesky bunch of outlaws have left their treasure somewhere near New Hanover.

The first map can be purchased from a treasure hunter named Maximo. You’ll find him in chapter 2 of the story near a place called Flatneck Station.

Maximo will sell you the map for $5 which shouldn’t be too much for you to handle. Alternatively, if you don’t want to turn over your hard earned… ahem, stolen cash, you can kill the guy and loot his body.

If you forgot all about Maximo, you can purchase the map later on from a Fence.

Maps 2 and 3 will be uncovered when you find the stash from the previous locations.

Courtesy of IGN, here’s a video of all the Jack Hall Gang’s treasure map locations:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-_gKW0EQAcs

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Co-Founder of unboxedreviews.co.uk - Georgie is a freelance Content Writer specialising in gaming news, reviews, and technology. Georgie enjoys stealth, survival and RPG games. She loves penguins, unicorns and anything that sparkles!

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