Red Dead Online: Daily Challenge Streak Award Event WeekArticles . Event week . PS4 . Red Dead . Xbox One
It’s that time of the week again when Rockstar Games announces a new Red Dead Online event week. Today has been a big one for news related to Rockstar titles, with Grand Theft Auto Online‘s Casino grand opening. This week sees new clothing, discounts, and limited time benefits for Twitch Prime members added to the world of Red Dead Online.
Daily Challenge Streak
All Red Dead Online players who reach a 3-day Daily Challenge streak by July 29th will receive a bonus Treasure Map. These maps containing “high value rewards” such as, well, GOLD(!!!!) can be accessed via the Documents tab of your Satchel. Definitely worth it if you like the shiny stuff.
Ahem. If you have had enough time to get over the excitement of the gold, we shall continue. Free Roam Events will pay out an additional 30% RDO$ and XP for all those participating. Playing with your (temporary or permanent) Posse can also net you a bonus of 30% additional XP. If you don’t have a Posse one can be created with 50% savings this week, allowing you to ride with up to 7 players and earn extra benefits.
Clothing, Discounts, and More
25% off is available on the following essentials:
- Incendiary Buckshot Pamphlet
- Small Game Arrow Pamphlet
- Studded Explorer Gun Belt
- Sharpshooter Gun Belt
- Potent Predator Bait Pamphlet (for crafting bait)
Players who have a Twitch Prime membership can link their account to their Rockstar Games Social Club profile to claim a number of free benefits with no rank locks.
- Tasman outfit
- Danube outfit
- “How Dare You” emote
- High-powered Carcano Rifle
If members play Online this week, they will receive an additional 10% off all of the discounts above (every one listed to this point in this article). In addition, 35% off can be found on the Studded Explorer Gun Belt and the Sharpshooter Gun Belt.
Last but certainly not least: according to the newswire post, new update to Red Dead Online will be dropping later this Summer.
Edit 7/23/2019: While the Studded Explorer Gun Belt may indeed be “Fun,” it is not called a “Studded Explorer Fun Belt”. This has been corrected.
Written by Kyle Wilson
Kyle is an Editor for Rockstar INTEL. He has an insatiable curiousity with how things works (and the inner workings of Wikipedia). He wrote an article on machine translation for The Verge once and contributed reporting to an article in Slate.