Red Dead Online Update Brings the Bounty Hunter’s Kit

Red Dead Online has received a brand new update, in which it brings the new Bounty Hunter’s Kit. The Bounty Hunter’s Kit and License is available on all platforms, and players can get a free Bounty Hunter License, with additional weapon items.

According to Rockstar Games, the Bounty Hunter’s Kit is available for everyone that logs in between February 4th and February 10th. Furthermore, this update also brings a new Twitch Prime promotion, which will give members the Collector’s Bag and Polished Copper Still Upgrade for free.

Play Red Dead Online between February 4th and February 10th to earn new gifts for new and active Bounty Hunters. If you haven’t already started on the action filled path of the Bounty Hunter, you can get a Free Bounty Hunter License directly from any Bounty Board. All players can also get 25 Bolas, a thrown weapon that tangles the legs of fleeing targets plus 25 Tracking Arrows. Both ammo gifts can be claimed from your Camp Lockbox and Post Office.

Take 25% off Stable Slots and 40% off BretonKladruberCriollo, and Norfolk Roadster Horses with select Coats. The I’m Watching You, Hat Tipping, Look To Distance and Hangover Emotes are 40% off as well.

PlayStation Plus members will receive 3 free Mash Refills for their Moonshiner operation and 3 free Trader Resupplies, while Twitch Prime members who link their account to the Rockstar Games Social Club receive the Collector’s Bag and Polished Copper Still Upgrade free of charge (visit Twitch Prime to sign up).

Another promotion also kicks in, as Rockstar Games gives discounts on Stable Slots, and Breton, Kladuruber, Criollo, and Norfolk Roadster Horses with select Coats. Emotes are also included, as listed in the quoted section above.

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