This guide will help players locate Bison in Red Dead Redemption II. It will also assist them in collecting materials that can be used to make camp upgrades and clothing. It can be difficult to locate Bison if you don’t know where you should look. Luckily, we have a map that will help you find them.
There are only a few places where Bison can be found in Red Dead Redemption II. The image shows that Bison will only appear in four locations. The location in question is not allowed until the end of the game. Players will then be restricted to three spots
Near Emerald Ranch, you will find the Heartland Overflow. This is the best place to look for Bison. Bison can often be found between Heartland Overflow, and the Heartland Oil Fields. It is easy to deliver crafting materials using the Trapper in the northeast.
Flatneck Station is northeast of Bison. This location has not been a success for me personally, but it could vary depending on how you play. I suggest that you investigate each spot on the list and find out which Bison are spawning in each area.
Although you can find bison south of Valentine, I don’t like this area. You won’t find as many Bison as at the Heartland Overflow here, so don’t be surprised if you end up empty-handed on this one. If you are already on the path, I suggest that you stop by. However, I have not had much luck with this spot.
A large herd of Bison is found southwest of Blackwater. This spot is off-limits for most of the game. Players who are looking for Bison in the story should use one of these spots.
Once players have a good idea of where to find Bison in Red Dead Redemption 2,, they can go out and hunt for the necessary materials to make some of the finest gear the Trapper has to hand. You can find more RDR2 animal locations and much more Red Dead Rebirth 2 coverage through the Guide Sash Twitter.