From hunting legendary animals and
bounties, robbing trains, or spending hours upon hours of fishing in the
stunningly realised world, there's plenty to keep players busy in Red Dead
Redemption 2 outside of its phenomenal main story missions long after the
One such optional activity to occupy your time are the Stranger
Missions. A handful of finely crafted side missions revolving around various
colourful characters you can stumble upon in the world, it's entirely possibly
to finish the game without giving those enticing question marks that appear on
your map a second thought - but you'd be doing yourself a massive disservice by
Ranging from genuinely touching moments that further develop
Arthur Morgan's journey for redemption in meaningful ways to the all-out
insane, these missions are home to some of the best and most memorable moments
in the entire game.
Moreover, in true Rockstar fashion, many of these missions
venture into some bleak territory. Whether it's to provide a satirical commentary
on an aspect of society or to flex the studio's creative muscles, every one of
these missions offers a worthwhile experience.
But which of these Stranger Missions was the darkest?