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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:53am 17/12/18 | 0 Comments
I don't know who Jerry is, but he'll have gold up the ying-yang. Rockstar has released a new update for Red Dead Online, while also thanking the community members who've taken part in the multiplayer beta and offered constructive feedback with gifts of Gold and Cash.

Specifically, Title Update 1.05 addresses stability, exploits and save data. And as a thank you to everyone who has been supplying feedback and helping with the general stress test of Red Dead Online, Rockstar is rewarding y'all with Gold and Cash:
Gold Gift: As a thank you for your ongoing support, we are awarding everyone who has played from the Red Dead Online Beta launch through this Thursday, December 20th with a gift of 15 additional gold bars. The awards will begin rolling out today and if you haven’t experienced the Red Dead Online Beta yet, play by Thursday, December 20th for eligibility. All gold bar gifts should be delivered by Monday, December 24th. Keep an eye out for an alert screen when entering the Red Dead Online Beta to confirm the gift.

Cash Gift: As an added thank you to players who pre-ordered Red Dead Redemption 2, and those who purchased either the Special or Ultimate Edition, we are awarding additional RDO$ gifts. These will be active starting Friday, December 21st and are automatically added to your player’s balance the next time you play Red Dead Online during the Beta and permanently afterwards:
  • Special Edition Owners: RDO$100
  • Ultimate Edition Owners: RDO$1,000
  • Everyone who pre-ordered: RDO$100 (in addition to Ultimate and Special Edition gifts)
You can also now access the Store in-game, and Rockstar has also promised an early 2019 update that will reflect a lot of the community feedback from the beta moving forward, including gameplay suggestions and anti-griefing measures. It would be nice to have some sort of confirmation of an offline update to the game, too. But we might be dreaming a bit there.



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