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Red Dead Online Holiday Event Brings More Modes and Free Gifts

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Red Dead Online Holiday Event Brings More Modes and Free Gifts

Red Dead Online celebrates its first holiday season with festive themed modes and free gifts, since the multiplayer component of Red Dead Redemption 2 launched earlier this year for consoles and for PC last month.

While the map will be covered in heavy snow and holiday decorations, players will be able to take part in Showdown modes such as Spoils of War, Up in Smoke, and Overrun. PlayStation 4 players will also have access to Gun Rush, Make it Count and Last Stand modes until Jan. 6.

Rockstar Games will be handing out a ton of free in-game items throughout the season. Currently, players who have logged in since Dec. 13 until Jan. 6 can claim the following from the Benefits section of the main menu:

  • 3,000 Club XP
  • RDO$200 for starting a new Role
  • 1x Free Trader Resupply Reward
  • 1x Free Weapon Component of your choice Reward
  • 1x Treasure Map Reward
  • 1x Free Moonshiner Mash Refill Reward
  • 30% off one Stable slot Offer

The studio is also giving away a seasonal “gift chest” for Red Dead Online players who log in specifically from Dec. 23 to Dec. 25 including:

  • The Krampus Double Barrel Shotgun Variant
  • 30 rounds of Incendiary Buckshot Ammo
  • 100 Shotgun Slugs
  • 10 Thyme Big Game
  • 10 Minty Plump Birds
  • 20 Carrots
  • 20 Assorted Biscuits
  • 50 Candies
  • 10 Fine Brandies
  • 10 Special Miracle Tonics
  • 20 Volatile Fire Bottles
  • 2x Creek Plums
  • 2x Agarita

Red Dead Online players who log in from Dec. 31 to Jan. 6 will receive 1,000 XP for each of the four Specialist Roles: Moonshiner, Bounty Hunter, Trader and Collector.

Collectors can also earn a little bit more by sending the Festive Feast Collection to Madam Nazar, consisting of a Goose Egg, Cognac, and a Thyme Plump Bird between Dec. 24 to Dec. 30. Or send the New Year Collection, which consists of the Ace of Wands, Scotch Whiskey, and Platinum Pocket Watch from Dec. 31 to Jan. 6.

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