Red Dead Redemption achievements

Red Dead Redemption

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There are 95 Red Dead Redemption achievements (48 without DLC) worth 3,083 (1,500)

271,640 tracked gamers have this game, 5,956 have completed it (2.19%)

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There are 12 achievements worth 448 (200)

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Achievement Details

Secret Achievement in Red Dead Redemption

Secret Achievement14 (10)

Continue playing to unlock this achievement. (Secret)

  • Unlocked by 86,037 tracked gamers (77% - TA Ratio = 1.42) 111,236  

Achievement Guide for Secret Achievement

John Caboose
373,998 (206,499)
John Caboose
Achievement won on 16 Dec 10
TA Score for this game: 2,760
Posted on 16 December 10 at 23:29, Edited on 16 May 18 at 06:20
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To get this achievement you need to start the mission The Start of the Conservation Movement in Tanners Reach (Tall Trees, marked with a question mark). A crazy man will give you a circle on your map that tells you where to find one of these creatures. Shoot it a couple of times and you have yourself an achievement.

If you want to know what to look for the creatures are large and fairly ape-like.

This achievement is a reference to GTA San Andreas released in 2004, 6 years before Red Dead Redemption. There was a rumor that there was a sasquatch somewhere in the desert but of course there was no sasquatch to be found.

Update: The achievement has had trouble unlocking for people but the website shows many recent winners so the achievement is likely fixed. See the comments for any new developments.
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