Where to Find the Meteors in Red Dead Redemption 2

The world of Red Dead Redemption 2 is full of a number of interesting locations which raise a bunch of questions. One of these locations is the Meteor House. Like the name suggests, this place was home to an unfortunate meteor accident. And this place is only one of a couple meteor sightings. Below I will show you where to find the meteors in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Meteor Location 1: Go to The Meteor House

The first stop on our meteor hunting journey is called the Meteor House. You will find this house along the rail line north of Roanoke Valley. As the name of the house suggests, this place was the home of a meteor strike. In fact the strike occurs inside the house, practically obliterating everything inside. You will be met with the bodies of a number of people that were unfortunately in the path of the meteorite as it came crashing through the roof.

You can search the Meteor House for a number of items, but I wish to draw your attention to one in particular. In the impact crater of the meteor you can collect the Meteorite. The Meteorite you collect has the following item description:

A piece of a meteoroid. Can be sold for cash.

For science I took the Meteorite to the fence to see how much he would give me. The Meteorite sells for $30.00. I would hang onto it.

Meteor Location 2: Crater

The next location appears to be the big brother of the meteor we found in the Meteor House as it is located only a short ride away. From the Meteor House, go to the northwest across the train tracks until you reach a crater. Go down into the crater to find a much larger meteor than was inside the Meteor House. Besides taking another piece of Meteorite there isn’t much else here, but it is interesting to see how much Rockstar puts into the world they create.

Read More: Check out our other Red Dead Redemption 2 guides.

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8 responses

  1. Chris says:

    Where is the third one

  2. Jack says:

    Where’s the third

  3. Yeet says:

    As far as I know there is no third one

  4. Jeremy Harris says:

    Where the third on at

  5. Phil says:

    That’s 2… where is the 3rd one?

  6. Larry says:

    The meteor was the scariest part of the game for me!

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