Another week, another legendary bounty in Red Dead Redemption 2. The new legendary bounty is for a former military sharpshooter and anarchist agitator, Sergio Vincenza. After an attempted assassination on the governor of Saint Denis, players are tasked with bringing the fugitive in.
Red Dead Redemption 2 made a huge splash when it was released last year with critics praising the game and it becoming a commercial success. Much like Rockstar's previous title, Grand Theft Auto 5, Red Dead Redemption 2 has received constant support for its Red Dead Online mode with new features being consistently delivered. For many, it was not a surprise that players could get more out of the game through Red Dead Online's expansive world and quests.
Players who are licensed Bounty Hunters in Red Dead Online simply need to pick up the poster of Sergio Vincenza at the Local Sheriff's Office and begin tracking. The hideout of Vincenza is apparently guarded with explosives and guard members, so it may be worth stocking up on supplies before taking on the bounty.
WANTED: Dangerous military defector Sergio Vincenza is on the loose.— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) October 8, 2019
Take on Vincenza and his anarchist gang in this week's Red Dead Online Legendary Bounty: https://t.co/scip9sLVTZ pic.twitter.com/oi90hyXzyI
This isn't the only new feature coming to players this month. Red Dead Online is also getting a Halloween themed slaughter mask as well as some less seasonal specific items.
There are new clothes to acquire including the Morales Vest and Carver Pants, as well as a discount on a Bounty Hunters licence for newcomers. The discount for new players looking to get a Bounty Hunters licence is 5 gold bars. After it was confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2 isn't developing any single-player content, players may be glad that the game is at least getting some new online quests.
Some may be disappointed at Rockstars games response to rumors of an Undead Nightmare event, especially those who enjoyed the original expansion back in 2010. Yet, the frontier quests and bounties will surely keep fans exploring the wild west. Many will be looking forward to the continued bounties and tracking down the anarchist agitator will certainly be an explosive ride.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is available now on PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC launch slated for November 5, and a Stadia version also in development.