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Red Dead Online: Frontier Pursuits Is Available NOW

Red Dead Online: Frontier Pursuits Is Available NOW
Red Dead Online players can now jump in and explore an array of exciting new content with the release of the highly anticipated Frontier Pursuits update. Featuring three brand new progression paths and a host of role-specific content, unlockables, and items, Frontier Pursuits adds near countless hours of new content for you and your posse.

Beginning today, players are now able to pursue three new avenues of progression with the introduction of Trader, Collector and Bounty Hunter paths. Each complete with its own unique selection of perks, abilities, items and cosmetic rewards, providing new and challenging ways to experience the world of Red Dead Online.

  • New items, weapons, clothing and horse-drawn vehicles
  • Directional damage indicators to display where your character is hit from
  • Additional horse breeds
  • The ability to change your character’s appearance without resetting progress
  • Expanded custom outfit slots
  • The ability to name saved outfits
  • Role-specific Free Roam Events
  • Increased selling prices for looted Jewelry
  • Increased selling prices for looted Jewelry
  • Additional game balancing and improvements

Furthermore, there’s a host of awesome goodies for Twitch Prime members including Gold Bars and the Bounty Hunter License. For more details, merge your Rockstar and Twitch accounts today!

Source: Press Release
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