'Red Dead Redemption 2': How to Find the Vampire

Just because it's the Wild West doesn't mean you can't get in touch with your supernatural side! For fans of the incredibly expansive open-world adventure Red Dead Redemption 2, there are so many journeys and quests that Arthur must undertake, and that includes some good 'ol fashioned vampires! Interested in tracking down a "child of the night?" Here's what you need to know!

Spoilers ahead:

Players will learn about the mysterious vampire after happening upon a string of mysterious murders centered around Saint Denis. For those dedicated, it's possible to not only put a stop to the murders - but to also find the true source of them: The vampire. Luckily, if you've got some time it's not the most difficult mission.

Players will stumble upon some interesting graffiti splattered along the walls in Saint Dennis. There are five desecrations in total to find and once all five are discovered, Arthur will then take out his journal to draw a pentagram. Take the drawing and match it up to the game map to uncover a church, this church is your next destination.

Once you've arrived, wait until nightfall (if it's not already night time) and a dead body will appear, this is the key to facing off against the vampire and taking him out once and for all.

For a more detailed guide on exactly where to go, you can also check out the video at the top of the article. As for the game itself, Red Dead Redemption 2 is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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"Some of you may just be coming in to see how things built up for John Marston. But Red Dead Redemption II is more than that, and Rockstar Games once again lives up to a potential level that we can all aspire to. I hope this one goes on to sell nearly 100 million copies down the road like GTA V has -- its tireless development team of former and current employees deserve as much," reads our full review.

Our own Robert Workman added, "The game as a whole really just stacks up with one great thing after another. I’ve spent a good, long week plowing through what it has to offer and I’m still digging, just to see what surprise will come my way next. The amount of replayability is through the roof, whether you want to create a business enterprise for yourself or your “family,” or just seek getting into trouble with a few shootouts and wagon takeovers. We’ll still be playing for months and finding something -- and that’s not even counting the promise that comes with Red Dead Online. Hope you saved some time for that in November."