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Red Dead Online: Blood Money Update Now Available


Robberies, shakedowns, and other lawless activities await players with today’s release of Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online: Blood Money.

New to this free update is Capitale, which is scattered across the world. In order to get it, players must loot, thieve bodies and chests, and carry out Crimes.

These Crimes can be taken on solo or with up to six other players through the new Free Roam Mission menu system. Choices include Contracts, multi-part Free Roam Missions, and a number of other standalone crimes.

Alternatively, one can also go after vulnerable targets without assistance from any of their new contacts. They are triggered seamlessly and at random, and provide quick rewards and the potential of a Capitale score.

Those that have earned the required Capitale can take on the first of three Opportunities. Featuring Standard, Hard, and Ruthless difficulty settings, these separate missions offer secondary objectives that task players with securing the Jewels of the West from different locations. For those up for it, more challenging missions require more Capitale, which can also lead to greater rewards.

The Red Dead Online: Blood Money update also brings with it The Quick Draw Club, a series of four distinct rapid-fire passes that are in consecutive installments. The first is available until August 9, and players can get themselves access to 25 ranks of rewards for 25 Gold Bars.

Source: Press Release
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