Game News After GTA 5, it’s Red Dead Redemption II’s turn to welcome a nice update
After GTA Online, it’s the turn of the other big game from Rockstar Games to get its big update. Yes, Red Dead Redemption II unveils its August update today.
For a few RDO$ more
This month, it is mainly collectors who will be able to roll for gold in Red Dead Online, the multiplayer mode of Red Dead Redemption II, since the latter will already be able to retrieve a collector’s card to locate coins, but also complete many daily role challenges to come away with some discounts.
Completing a Daily Collector Role Challenge for 5 consecutive days will earn you a reward for a -30% discount on a Novice or Promising Collector Role Item, and completing one for 10 consecutive days will earn you a reward for a discount 40% off an Established or Distinguished Collector Role item.
Also note that it is possible to complete a collector event in exploration mode during the month of August to receive a card for locating tarot cards. This is good because bringing complete collections to Madame Nazar allows you to win double RDO$ and XP.
Moreover, if you want to earn even more RDO$, note that it is possible to do the main missions of Red Dead Online or to participate in a Dock Contract to earn double the experience points and of course double dollars.
For their part, the missions in Exploration Mode and Ember of the East offer, in addition to double RDO$ and XP, to leave with always more gold bars.
A free new outfit
As promised, Red Dead Redemption II is offering players the chance to walk away with an additional free outfit. Right now, it is indeed possible to go to the tailor to leave with the outfit invented by the player ThisIsJuicyFruit. To compose this outfit, you just need to get the stalker hat for free, but also the tie-scarf, the worsted wool coat if you play as a man or the Hartell autumn jacket if you play a woman. Also note that the cashmere waistcoat is also offered free of charge as is the regular shirt (men) or the Iniesta blouse (women) and the cross straps, the agency holster belt, the quilted riding pants and, finally, dress shoes (men) or farm boots (women).