March 2019 kicks off the fifth month since Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online beta dropped back in November of last year. Fans of the online portion for the highly received western title from the Grand Theft Auto developer feel that the months long play test is prolonging a bit too much and is lacking the full potential that it can achieve with what the game’s studio has in-store for the full version.
Rockstar, just like with GTA Online, has since November released title updates that drops free content for the game to keep fans occupied and return for more fun in the turn of the 20th century. Such as the battle royale mode Gun Rush and the more recent Fools Gold juggernaut online activity.
Following the recent update that dropped the past week, fans were very vocal with the content that came with it and Rockstar Games in response gifted all users a care package of in-game items that will come useful for those who are actively on the game’s servers. As well as offering a special lore that applies to all fish which can be obtained by completing all fishing daily challenges.
As an added bonus, anyone who completes five Daily Challenges at any point between now and March 11 will be gifted one Special Spinner next week. The Special Spinner is a handy lure to catch fish of all sizes that cannot be lost if you ever cut the line. pic.twitter.com/0lee4LlF90
— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) March 5, 2019
Included with the care package’s debut which dropped earlier this week, there are also new modes that have partied together for Red Dead Online. These mode vary from player’s marksmanship using the bow with Master Archer, the King of the Hill-esc mode King of the Castle, horse delivery missions with Horse Dispatcher, and Cold Dead Hands that holds the objective to hold a target for the longest duration.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Source: Rockstar Newswire