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Red Dead Online Adds Halloween Masks, New Legendary Bounty

Red Dead Redemption 2 has kept players entertained, well after they finished the campaign, through Legendary Bounties. Red Dead Online's latest bounty is for Philip Carlier who is "considered extremely volatile". Not only that, but to get into the spirit of Halloween the game has creepy masks, that are available from Madam Nazar. It looks like Red Dead Online has plenty to offer with this new bounty.

Red Dead Online has been the perfect way for players to get more out of the wild west. Many were left craving more after the story of Red Dead Redemption 2 came to a close. There is plenty to explore in the online version of the game and Rockstar has kept a steady stream of content available for players. The most notable of this content is undoubtedly the Legendary Bounties.

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Philip Carlier is wanted for embezzlement and murder. The murderer was last seen in the swamps. There will be many ways to get the bounty and players will be keen to saddle up. Alongside some Halloween treats, that build on Red Dead Online's terrifying slaughter mask it is sure to be a creepy time. The teaser for the Legendary Bounty lets players know what to look out for.

Players with specialist roles will also get free masks. Licensed Bounty Hunters will receive an exclusive variant of a creature mask. Collectors will receive an exclusive Masquerade mask and Traders an exclusive Swine Mask. These masks should be available within 24 hours of logging in. On top of that, a Swine and Freak masks are available from Madam Nazar. With all this content, it is no wonder some feel that now is the best time to start playing Red Dead Redemption 2.

XP bonuses and new content will keep players busy over the next month. PC gamers, on the other hand, will be eagerly awaiting the release of the game. The Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer for the PC has showcases draw distance and lighting enhancements. Whichever console players use, it looks like Red Dead Online still has a lot to offer players. Those still wondering the wild west will hope that the days of the cowboy live on for a lot longer.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is available now on PS4 and Xbox One. It launches on PC starting November 5, and is also in development for Stadia.

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Source: Rockstar Games

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