Red Dead Online Money Glitch Lets You Make Infinite Money With Little Work

Making money in Red Dead Redemption 2 Online is a tast that requires hard work. You need to complete plenty of missions and activities, get treaure maps, and hunt gold bars. However, a newly discovered Red Dead Online money glitch lets players exploit the system on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The thing about this money exploit is that it can not be dealt with unless Rockstar Games makes The Witcher 3 like drastic changes to the game.

There is place calledĀ Emerald Ranch in Red Dead Online where you can exploit this glitch and make money in RDR Online. It is the easiest way to make money in Red Dead Online. Players can take their posse to the Ranch or go in solo to this location. What they need to do is kill every single animal at the Emerald Ranch and sell their skins.

Once you kill all the animals at the Emerald Ranch you can farm the skins and make money from them. The animals respawn once you change the server. It is best to do this at night as there will be less witnesses. Doing this in the morning can affect your honor as it carries over to every server you join. There are plenty of animals at the ranch for the player to kill.

The money exploit is similar to the one we saw in The Witcher 3. Players used a farm to kill animals and meditated for a while before animals respawed. However, CD Projekt RED dealt with this situation in the best way possible. CD Projekt added a trigger that goes off as soon as you end your meditation. The trigger calls a high level monster that can not be defeated.

Since there are no such monsters in this game, the money glitch needs to have a different solution in RDR Online. But it won’t be easy to fix the money exploit for Rockstar Games. The developers may end up raising the honor panelty for killing animals to deal with exploiters.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Online beta will be available to all on November 30. The exploit may be resolved prior to the beta’s public release. There are many issues that need to be resolved as well.

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