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Enjoy Tricks, Treats, and Some Masked Halloween Horrors in Red Dead Online This Week

Christina Gonzalez Posted:
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 With Halloween coming this weekend, there are still Halloween events bringing tricks and treats this week. This week, Red Dead Online features the All Hallows Call to Arms, an event that will challenge you with some ghoulish fights, but also bring the rewards.. 

Another part of the fun will be held in clashes at various settlements. Rewards include double currency, gold, and XP. When you participate in these clashes, you'll have the opportunity to fight off waves of alligators, cougars, and more enemies hungry for your flesh. And there might be a supernatural ghost train tossed in. If you're able to survive through the 10th wave of this mode you'll get 2000 Club XP that will be good on the HalloweenPass 2..

The same prize will also apply to this week's featured series, Dead of Night. In this mode, there are four teams that must compete in the never-ending tide of the dead. If you're able to survive one of these modes, you'll get a reward for a free ability card.

There's also a Night Stalker mask that will let you access some powers that might take you beyond some normal limits if you dare use it. Also in the Halloween event, you can stock up on some masks at Madam Nazar’s storefront. These are available for a limited time. You also get a pack of candy to help you on your journey. 

And that Halloween Pass 2? That will go on sale on October 28th, as a limited-time upgrade you can buy. You'll be able to use this upgrade through November 22nd and you'll get different rewards across 15 ranks. Expect masks, more clothing items that might have a few bloodstains on them, and some accessories. 

For more on the full Halloween update, check out the official event post on the Red Dead Online site. 


Christina Gonzalez

Christina is MMORPG.COM’s News Editor and a contributor since 2011. Always a fan of great community and wondering if the same sort of magic that was her first guild exists anymore.