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Free Collectibles Are On Offer in Red Dead Online This Week

Plus some bonuses

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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If you’re looking for some free collectibles in Red Dead Online, you might want to hop in this week.

Free collectibles can be had just for logging in including 2 Bird’s Eggs, 2 Arrowheads and 2 Family Heirlooms. You can also take advantage of 50% extra pay on all bounties for Bounty Hunters. More over, Bounty Hunters Rank 5 and above will receive a free Role Outfit, Accessory or Emote

There’s also an offer for 40% off an Established or Higher Bounty Hunter Item will be earned by any Bounty Hunter who completes a Legendary Bounty this week. You can also take advantage of an offer good for 40% off an Established or Higher Collector Item will be earned by Collectors who dig up at least 5 Collectibles, plus Collectors Rank 5 and above will get 4 Megafauna Fossils and a Reward for a free Coat.

Limited-Time Clothing additions to the Catalogue include the Irwin Coat, Porter Jacket, Charro Jacket, Prieto Poncho, Concho Pants, Owanjila Hat, Fanned Stovepipe Hat, Raccoon Hat, Cossack Hat, Shaffer Chaps, Pelt Half Chaps, Vaquero Baroque Spurs, Furred Gloves, Darned Stockings, Bowyer Boots, Morales Vest and the Cardozo Vest.

Players that connect to Prime Gaming will get a free Single Bandolier, plus Offers for 50% off a Double Bandolier, 50% off the Deluxe Campfire, and 30% off the Improved Bow. Additional Prime Gaming Benefits include a free Katata Coat, 6,000 Naturalist XP, a free Wilderness Camp, and 5 free Legendary Animal Pheromones for players that connect their Social Club account with Prime Gaming.


Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.