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Hunters Score Big in Red Dead Online This Week

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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If you’re a Hunter in the wild wests of Red Dead Online, this week’s update may be of interest to your profession.

This week, you can take advantage of Legendary Animal hunting rewards which include 100 rounds of Nitro Express Ammo, a Weight Gain Tonic, and a Weight Loss Tonic for hunting, killing, and skinning any Legendary Animal in Free Roam or while on a Sighting Mission.

You can also receive double RDO$ on all Free Roam Missions. If you’re a Naturalist, login rewards include 1,000 Naturalist XP and 5 Animal Revivers for playing this week. Gus’s Store bonuses are alive and. Craft a Trinket or Coat at Gus' Store to receive an Offer for 40% off a Naturalist Established or Distinguished Role Item, plus visiting Gus’ Store will net a player 2 Fast Travel Rewards and a Snowy Egret Plume.

You can also find 5 Gold Bars off the cost of The Naturalist’s Sample Kit this week. Returning limited time clothing this week includes the Fanned Stovepipe Hat, Eberhart Coat, Macbay Jacket, Chambliss Corset, and the Danube Outfit. Discounts are available at local stables including half-off Blankets, Horns and Bedrolls, and 40% off all American Paint and Andalusian Horses.

Additional discounts this week include 40% off the Wilderness Camp, plus 30% off The Fast Travel Post, all Rifles and Coats, all Tonics sold by Harriet, and Improved Bow Variants, Trinkets, and Gauntlets sold at Gus’ Store.

Ongoing Prime Gaming bonuses are available as well. These include rewards for a free Bounty Hunter License and free Trimmed Amethyst Bounty Wagon Livery for players who connect their Social Club accounts. For those who connect to Prime Gaming before May 10th, you will receive a free Varmint Rifle, 30% off the Hunting Wagon and 50 free Trader Goods.

You can learn more about this week’s Red Dead Online update over at Rockstar Newswire.


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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.