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No Permanent Posse Creation Fees in Red Dead Online


All those that dive into Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online this week can create Permanent Posses on the house through June 8.

For the bootleggers out there, Moonshine sales will net players an extra 30% this week. In addition, Collectors that seek out Arrowheads and Bird Eggs can get an extra 50% when sold to Madam Nazar.

In addition, all purveyors will offer up 40% off both Potent Predator Bait Pamphlet and Potent Herbivore Bait Pamphlet, along with half off all essential Provisions: liquor, food, and tobacco items.

The following items will make their return to the Wheeler, Rawson and Co. Catalogue this week:

  • The Tasman
  • The Danube
  • Manteca Hat
  • Cossack Hat
  • Boutell Hat
  • Irwin Coat

All Red Dead Online players that have connected their Rockstar Social Club account to Twitch Prime can get themselves the Collector’s Bag, the Polished Copper Moonshine Still, and a Reward that credits them with five Moonshiner Role Ranks.

For those subscribed to PlayStation Plus, get yourself the fisherman’s starter pack on the house. This collection consists of five Special Lake Lure, five Special Swamp Lure, and five Special River Lure, along with a Treasure Map of the North Clingman area.

Note that a portion of all proceeds from Red Dead Online and GTA Online through May will go toward relief for those affected by COVID-19 – learn more here.

Source: Press Release
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