Red Dead Online’s December plans include holiday-themed celebrations
Rockstar has laid out its plans for Red Dead Online throughout the month of December.
To start with, Triple RDO$, XP, and Gold are available on Legendary and Infamous Bounty Missions, and Player Bounties are paying out triple Character and Role XP. In addition, The Covington Emerald Blood Money Opportunity is offering double rewards this month.
Then, starting December 15th, Call to Arms is paying out triple rewards from holiday-themed locations featuring blizzards, packs of wolves, and a Christmas Train.
Players can also get a free Treasure Map for a Player Bounty, a red colorway of the Folwell Hat for completing three different Legendary Bounties during any week in December, and a seasonal Krampus Shotgun from Gunsmiths from December 13th.
On top of this, the holiday celebrations begin in mid-December with festive decorations and carolers on the streets of Saint Denis, Christmas Trees displayed by local Traders, and more. Additionally, the following seasonal rewards can be claimed:
December 6th – 12th
- Log in to receive a Reward for a free Coat
December 13th – 19th
- Log in to receive a Reward for 2,000 Bounty Hunter Role XP
December 20th – 26th
- Log in to receive a Reward for a free Ability Card and 3 Gold Bars
- Complete a Moonshiner Sale to receive the red version of the Leavitt Jacket
- Reach Wave 7 in any A Merry Call to Arms Map this week to receive a green version of the Morales Vest
December 27th – January 2nd
- Log in to receive a Reward for a free Emote
- Visit Gus’ store to receive an Offer for 50% off select Weapons
Finally, players who connect their Prime Gaming and Rockstar Games Social Club accounts will receive five Gold Bars, a green Somerdale Jacket, a red version of the Hopsmere Cardigan, and the Tough Guy Nod Emote.
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