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Red Dead Online Receives New Call to Arms Survival Mode

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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Call to Arms is the newest mode hitting Red Dead Online this week as it saunters onto the wild west.

Call to Arms, is now available with triple RDO$, XP, and Gold for all who play this week, plus an Offer for 30% off any Novice or Promising Role Item which you will receive within 72 hours. During Call to Arms, you’ll defend locals against waves of incoming enemies in towns and hold-outs such as Blackwater, Strawberry, MacFarlane’s Ranch, and various other locales.

You can receive an extra RDO$100 for those that visit all four Blood Money mission-givers this week (Sean Macguire, Joe, James Langton, and Anthony Foreman), while Capitale has an increased chance of being discovered while committing Crimes.

The Quick Draw Club No. 2 is now available, featuring rare items and bonuses that include 25 Gold Bars to recoup its full cost, plus purchasing all four installments of the Quick Draw Club will earn you a Reward to claim the upcoming Halloween Pass 2 for free.

Meanwhile, Quick Draw Club No. 1 members that purchase the second pass within the next two weeks will receive RDO$300 and 2,000 Character XP within 72 hours. The Cornwall Contract is the new crime contract, targeting the notorious magnate Leviticus Cornwall.

Discounts this week include 5 Gold Bars off the Moonshine Shack, 40% off all Moonshine Shack Upgrades, Moonshine Bar Photographs, and all Sniper Rifles, plus 30% off all Emotes, Norfolk Roadster Horses, and all Moonshiner Cosmetic Role Items.

Returning Outlaw Pass items include The Clelland Outfit, as worn by John Marston, and the Rafferty Eyepatch are now available for purchase from Madam Nazar. You can learn more about this week’s Red Dead Onlineupdate at Rockstar Newswire.


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.