Red Dead Online adds new solo missions
Red Dead Online players have some new content to tackle in the form of three new solo missions, Rockstar has announced.
These new missions will be delivered via telegram to local Post Offices or the Camp Lockbox and require players to steal a horse, snatch gems from the mayor of Saint Denis, and escort a wagon. A full rundown of each mission can be found below:
A One Horse Deal
The Braithwaites are negotiating a deal to buy a prized, untamed white Arabian racehorse from Emerald Ranch. Your task will be to intercept the deal, tame the unpredictable beast, and deliver the steed to your contact. This is a highly valued horse, so expect guards to give pursuit.
Rumor has it that the mayor of Saint Denis is busy lining his pockets with seized jewels smuggled into the States. The Mayor keeps his stash in his tightly guarded manor — break in, snatch the gems, and get back out alive.
A wagon is making its way out of Brittlebrush Trawl, requiring a skilled individual to provide backup against attackers and roadblocks en route. Whether you escort on horseback or ride shotgun is up to you, but if the driver dies it’s on you to get the wagon to its destination by any means necessary — and don’t ask too many questions about the cargo.
Rockstar is also offering double RDO$ and RP on all Naturalist Free Roam Events and 5,000 Club XP, RDO$100, and a Treasure Map for completing any A New Source of Employment Mission. Additionally, completing each A New Source of Employment mission once will grant players special bonuses for a limited time.
As for this week’s discounts, players can get 10 Gold off the cost of the Naturalist Sample Kit, 40 percent off the Wilderness Camp, and 30 percent off the Advanced Camera. Visit Rockstar’s website for the full list of deals.
Finally, all players who link their Prime Gaming and Rockstar Games Social Club accounts before March 15th will receive 200 Shotgun Slugs, 5,000 Club XP, and 50 percent off the Repeating Shotgun.
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