How to Get the Broken Pirate Sword in Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 has a number of interesting and unique weapons for you to collect and one of them is the Broken Pirate Sword. To help you find this weapon, check out how to get the Broken Pirate Sword below.



Go to the Small Islands Southwest of Saint Denis (Bayou Nwa)

Where to find the Broken Pirate Sword

To start, make your way to this cluster of three islands.

To find the Broken Pirate Sword is actually relatively simple. What you need to do is make your way to the cluster of three islands just to the southwest of Saint Denis. As you make your way to the three islands, be on the lookout for alligators as this area is full of them.




Look for an Abandoned Boat

On the cluster of islands make your way to the one to the north. On this island you will see a marooned old boat. Go up to the boat and look inside it. You will see a sword sticking up out of the boat. This sword is the Broken Pirate Sword. Jump into the boat and grab it using Triangle/Y. When you pickup the sword it will be added to your compendium.

About the Broken Pirate Sword

How to Get the Broken Pirate Sword in Red Dead Redemption 2

The Broken Pirate Sword is one of the better melee weapons you can find.

The Broken Pirate Sword is a melee weapon in Red Dead Redemption 2. It is described in the Compendium as:

An old and rare pirate cutlass, with a long snapped blade and decorative golden handguard. This relic was found lodged inside an abandoned boat, run adrift in swamplands surrounding Saint Denis. With a longer range than most bladed melee weapon, this is still a practical combat weapon despite its age.

If you wish to gather all 59 weapons in Red Dead Redemption 2 you will need to grab the Broken Pirate Sword.

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