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Extra Rewards and Gifts on Daily Challenges in Red Dead Online This Week


Rockstar Games announced today that Red Dead Online’s Daily Challenges will pay out Double Gold through September 2.

Not only will players get Double Gold for taking on Daily Challenges this week, completing all seven Challenges will reward players with a total of Four Gold Bars per day through September 2. Players that complete 10 Daily Challenges over the next week will get themselves a gift of 30x Explosive Repeater Ammo and 10x Poison Throwing Knives.

As an added bonus, all Showdown Modes will award an extra boost of 40% XP to all participants.

The Wheeler, Rawson & Co. Catalogue will see some time-limited offerings, which include the Gator Hat and Woodland Gloves. The Ortega Vest and Tied Pants will also return to stores, along with the Calhoun Boots and Vaquero Baroque Spurs.

Note that all Outfits this week will see their rank requirements dropped to Rank 10 and will be discounted by 25%.

Players can also grab themselves 35% off all Tonics & Provisions, while Action/Greet Emotes can be yours for 30% off. Ability Card Upgrades are also available at a discount of 25% through September 2.

All Twitch Prime members that linked their account to their Rockstar Games Social Club profile can grab the Tasman (Male only) and Danube (Female only) outfits, the boisterous “How Dare You” emote and the high-powered Carcano Rifle for free without Rank restrictions. Twitch Prime members that completed sign up by August 15 this week will also get themselves an additional 10% discount on the previously listed discounts.

Source: Press Release
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