RDR2 Fox Claw Trinket

Red Dead Redemption 2

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Red Dead Redemption II: Fox Claw Trinket Crafting Guide

Red Dead Redemption 2 Fox Claw Trinket can be obtained by the end of Chapter 2 of the video game; assuming you manage to hunt the Legendary Fox in Scarlett Meadows.

This specific item doesn’t require any additional valuables or unique materials, and it is quite useful as it increases the time that Eagle Eye can stay active by 5 seconds.

As such, we suggest you crafting the RDR2 Fox Claw Trinket using our guide below; and preferably the moment you start the second chapter; or when you arrive at Horseshoe Overlook.

Fox Claw Trinket Materials:

1x Legendary Fox Claw – Reward for killing the Legendary Fox.

Cost -$23.5

How to Craft the Fox Claw Trinket:

The Fox Claw Trinket in Red Dead Redemption II is crafted at the Fence once you loot the Legendary Fox Claw. You can get the said claw by hunting and skinning the white fox located north of Rhodes.

With the Fox Claw in your pouch; travel to the nearest Fence and pay $23.5 to have the trinket crafted by the shopkeeper. You should find it in the shopkeeper’s list which is identical to the one below.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Fox Claw Trinket Crafting Guide

How to Use the Fox Claw Trinket:

Just like with all trinkets in Red Dead Redemption 2, to get the bonus form the Fox Claw Trinket; all you have to do is to keep this unique piece of jewelry in your inventory.

This means that equipping it is not necessary.

The Red Dead Redemption II Fox Claw Trinket make Arthur’s Eagle Eye skill last longer. You’ll use this skill when hunting or when you try to discover lootable objects that usually can’t be distinguished without it.

Try to get it as soon as you can, especially if you intend to find the hidden lockboxes or unique items using our guides.

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