Bonuses Available in Rockstar Games’ Titles

To celebrate another record-breaking year for both GTA Online and Red Dead Online, Rockstar Games is offering up a variety of bonuses and rewards.

Not only did GTA Online see more players than any previous year to date, Red Dead Online experienced more players (and more new players) this past December than any time since the launch of the Red Dead Online Beta. On top of this, both Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2 broke a number of records for video views last year.

The Cayo Perico Heist in GTA Online allowed players to tackle these sorts of missions solo, with just over half of players raiding El Rubio’s compound alone. This update also brought with it more than 250 new songs from artists like Moodymann, Keinemusik, and Palms Trax.

A special bundle of gifts will be available in Red Dead Online, which includes a free Horse, a free Stable Slot, and 5,000 Club XP, among other perks. Those that play GTA Online from now through February 12 can get the Rockstar Cap and Rockstar Rolling Tee delivered to your wardrobe next week.

Source: Press Release
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