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The Golden Spirit Bear Has Been Spotted in Red Dead Online

Plus more discounts and bonuses

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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The Golden Spirit Bear has been spotted in Red Dead Online this week, including a special reward at Gus’s store.

You can get 50% off an Established or Higher Naturalist Item for Sampling or killing the Golden Spirit Bear. If you deliver that pelt to Gus’ Store, you’ll unlock a custom coat made from the bear’s fur. The latest Vitalism Studies is now available at Harriet’s Shop, and will let players that also gather Harrietum Officinalis transform into a wild boar.

Additionally, 5,000 Club XP is available for everyone that plays between today and October 12th. Double XP in Role Missions include all Bounties, Trader and Moonshiner Sell Missions, Moonshiner Story and Bootlegger Missions, and Naturalist Sighting and Poaching Missions.

Double XP is on offer in all Free Roam Events, Showdowns, Races, A Land of Opportunities and Free Roam Missions. New Naturalist discounts include 5 Gold Bars off the price of the Animal Field Guide, and 40% off all Naturalist Role Items.

You can enjoy 30% off the cost of all Trinkets sold at Gus’ Trapper Store. Prime Gaming Benefits this week 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.

Additional Prime Gaming Benefits include free Bar Theme and Outfit, Accessory or Emote, plus 6,000 Club XP, 10X each of Gin, Brandy, Rum, Baked Beans and Jolly Jack’s. Finally, a new Legendary Animal Sighting Mission for the debuting Golden Spirit Bear, said to have mauled poachers in Big Valley, is now available for Naturalists that visit Harriet at her shop.


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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.