Last Edited: November 10, 2018 at 12:48 AM
If you’re looking for Dreamcatchers in Red Dead Redemption 2, so are we. These pretty but tricky to find collectibles are subtle and don’t take up a spot in your inventory. Instead, they just exist in the world. There’s, so far, no real indication as to why they show up where they do, so be on the lookout. Or, use this guide to get a head start.
There are 20 total dreamcatcher sites. See what we’ve found below, sorted by state.
Dreamcatcher Tip: Your controller will briefly vibrate when you pass an inspectable point like a dreamcatcher tree.
Below are all the dreamcatchers we’ve found so far in New Hanover. Stay tuned for more!
These dreamcatchers are some of the first you’ll come across. Visit the Heartlands, NH, and ride toward the “N” in Heartlands on your map. Not far from the road is a tree filled with dreamcatchers that Arthur can observe.
These dreamcatchers are visible from the road on the west side of The Heartlands. If you’re heading west on the road from Caliban’s Seat, you’ll see this on your way. Take a short diversion to inspect these dreamcatchers.
Though technically not in Horseshoe Overlook, these Heartlands dreamcatchers are nearby. If you’re heading north from Horseshoe Overlook along the tracks, you can find this tree with dreamcatchers amongst others and near the “E” in New on the map.
This dreamcatcher tree is inside the “O” in New Hanover on the map, oddly. If you’re taking the road to the east of that “O” north in The Heartlands, you can ride or walk through the flower field to the treeline. In these trees you’ll find one luscious tree decorated with the dreamcatchers.
This one is a little harder to spot. Here’s where we entered the treeline:
Another lone tree filled with dreamcatchers is not too far off from the border of New Hanover and Lemoyne. This lone tree is a little more luscious than the one in The Heartlands, thus it has fewer dreamcatchers.
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