Red Dead Redemption 2 Legendary Fox Pelt - How to Get the Legendary Fox Pelt, Where to Find the Legendary Fox

If you're looking for the location of the legendary fox in Red Dead Redemption 2, then this guide will tell you everything you need to know.

There are legendary versions of all sorts of creatures in Red Dead Redemption 2, including the fox. In our Red Dead Redemption 2 legendary fox guide, we'll be compiling all the information you need to know about the legendary creature, including where you can find it, and how to obtain its pelt.

If you instead need anything else relating to hunting in Rockstar’s wild west prequel, you can head over to our Red Dead Redemption 2 hunting guide. Here you can find all the essential tips and tricks you need to know, and much more. We've also got an overview page on how to get perfect pelts in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Legendary Fox Pelt

To start off with, you’ll want to head to the point on the map marked below. This is where you can find the legendary fox in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Once here, you can activate your ‘detective’ vision of sorts by pressing the right and left analog sticks. This allows Arthur to pick out trails in the environment, as well as marking left by animals. You’re looking for a bright light rising up out of the ground, which indicates that you can find a trace of the legendary fox here.

After you’ve found and examined one clue, you’ll get the white outline on the Red Dead Redemption 2 map just below. This indicates the area in which you can find the legendary fox, but you’ll want to approach it with caution, since it can run at the first sign of trouble.

When the legendary fox has been slain, skin the poor creature, and hoist its pelt onto the back of your horse. You’ll now want to head to the nearest Trapper, which is located just below in Saint Denis.

Once at the Trapper, you should sell the legendary fox pelt for $22. When you’ve sold it, the Trapper can then use the pelt to create other items, which are listed just below:

  • Legendary Fox Moccasins - Costs $40, Legendary Fox Pelt, plus one perfect elk pelt - protects from the cold.
  • Legendary Buck & Fox Range Gloves - Costs $28, Legendary Fox Pelt, plus one legendary buck pelt - protects from the cold.

Now that we’re all done with this one legendary animal guide for Red Dead Redemption 2, you might want to check out some of our other guides on elite animals. You can check out our Red Dead Redemption 2 legendary bear guide, or our Red Dead Redemption 2 legendary moose guide for more.

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