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Red Dead Online patch notes: Bounty Hunters will be eating well this week

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The latest Red Dead Online patch notes let you channel your inner Old West Boba Fett this week, as Bounty Hunters get a whole suite of bonuses.

Completing any bounty - even on Legendary and Infamous criminals - will earn you 50% extra RDO$ and Role XP. And if that weren't enough, completing any Bounty Hunter Free Roam event will grant you twice the money and Role XP for the rest of the week, as well as an offer for 30% off the Bounty Hunter wagon, while completing a player bounty will earn you a colourful Guerrero gun belt. Trade in any of that bonus XP you've earned for gold, and you'll get double Bounty Hunter Experience, offering a gold bar for every 10K experience earned.

Quick Draw Club No. 4 comes to an end this week. While you can still grab it (and its associated treasure map), you've only got a few days to grab the other rewards. If you've been involved in all four instalments, you'll be able to grab the Halloween Pass 2 for free.

Finally, as ever, there's a whole bunch of discounts:

  • 5 Gold Bars off the Bounty Hunter License
  • 3 Gold Bars off the Prestigious Bounty Hunter License
  • 50% off all Bolas (including Hawkmoth, Brookstone, Gravesend)
  • 40% off the Reinforced Lasso
  • 30% off all Novice, Promising, and Established Bounty Hunter Role Items
  • 30% off the Prestigious Bounty Hunter’s LeMat Revolver
  • 30% off all Shotguns
  • 30% off Improved Saddles

You can find the full patch notes for this week on Rockstar's official site.

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