Red Dead Redemption 2 continues to take the gaming world by storm, and its popularity shows no signs of waning any time soon. Rockstar's incredibly immersive Old West experience has gamers everywhere hooked, and there is certainly no shortage of content. One of the more challenging things to do in-game is hunt legendary animals, of which there are 16 in total. Some are quite easy to hunt, while others are more of a challenge. Today we will show you where to hunt the legendary boar in Red Dead Redemption 2.
Where To Legendary Boar In Red Dead Redemption 2
YouTuber JayBeard has a video on the process here, but we will give you an outline below.
The animal can be found north of Saint Denis in the northwestern part of Bluewater Marsh, as marked on the map below.
Once you arrive in the area, enter eagle eye mode to search for clues of the animal's whereabouts. Legendary animals do not just randomly appear in Red Dead Redemption 2, and you will have to track them down in order to hunt them.
The first clue you should stumble across will be some boar dung.
From here, simply follow the animal's tracks. You will find three clues in total. Once the final clue is found, you should be within sight of the boar. The legendary boar is distinguishable from regular boars due to its white coat and larger size.
The boar will be an easier animal to kill in comparison to some of the other legendary animals, but you will still need you wits about you to get the job done. Legendary animal pelts cannot be damaged, so feel free to use whatever weapon you prefer during the hunt.
Once the animal has been killed, simply walk up to it and skin it to claim your prize.