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You Can Hunt the Legendary Ruddy Moose in Red Dead Online

Plus more discounts and shootout locations

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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The Legendary Ruddy Moose has been sighted in Red Dead Online. Plus, more shootout locations, bonuses and more await us.

New locations for Shootouts are debuting in this week’s Featured Series, including Free for all and team variations in Blackwater, Bolger Glade, Saint Denis, Tumbleweed, and The Manor. Rewards for all players that play between today and October 19th: 5 Blending Tonics and 50 rounds of Nitro Express Ammo.

New discounts include 50% off Baits, and 40% off all Shotguns and the Elephant Rifle. A Reward for a free Off-Hand Holster (Rank 70 and below) will be given to players that Hunt or Sedate the Legendary Ruddy Moose.

There are new Coat and boosted Bear Pelt sales at Gus’ Store. Delivering the Legendary Ruddy Moose pelt to Gus will unlock its Coat for purchase, at the same time Gus is offering 50% extra on all Bear Pelts sold to him.

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.

Additional Prime Gaming Benefits include a 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. A new Legendary Animal Sighting Mission featuring the Legendary Ruddy Moose, last seen around the Tall Trees area, is now available for Naturalists to start at Harriet’s Shop.

Finally, rewards for Outlaw Pass No. 3 owners include 10 Special Health Cures, 5 pieces of Lost Jewelry and 200 rounds of Sedative Ammo, plus those who have gotten past Rank 50 in the Outlaw Pass No. 3 will receive a colorway of the Griffith Chaps and the Caffyns Hat.


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.