These days, the Western Pioneer era is quiet, but Red Dead Online is set to flourish next week. In a weekly update of Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar revealed that bounty hunters are expanding their role next week.
Rockstar says there will be an influx of new fugitives to deal with and a lot of rewards for doing so. Plus, you’ll have top-notch equipment and skills to unlock across 10 bounty hunter ranks. Oh, and a new legendary prize and a 100-rank outlaw pass will be launched. If you haven’t done so already, you can head to Rhodes to get a Bounty Hunter license and get started. All Bounty Hunter missions will double XP next week and need to be completed soon.
The studio also revealed that Red Dead Online will be available standalone after December 1st. You can do everything you can now, from working in a variety of disciplines to going wandering or tackling free roaming events. If you purchased before February 15, 2021, you can also purchase for $ 4.99.
Rockstar teases that these are just the first details of future details, but we may hear more later this week. Or maybe you’ll be surprised at the release date. This is also the case, as weekly updates to Red Dead Online usually take place on Tuesdays.
Coming to Red Dead Online next week, new criminals to track, and authoritative levels of equipment and skills to unlock across 10 bounty hunter ranks.
In addition, a new Legendary Bounty and a 100-rank Outlaw Pass.
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In the meantime, if you want to check out more open world games, you’ll know where to click.