GTA 5 Online enjoys lasting popularity even with the upcoming release of Red Dead Redemption 2. While soon these two titles will be competing in the market, Rockstar Games does not stop offering crossover deals in the month of October.
Active and expired deals
Earlier this month, players were able to get GTA$300,000 as a bonus, as well as a Green Wireframe Body Suit in case they logged in before October 15th. Although this deal is not available anymore, the money earned by gamers will be soon added to in-game accounts. When it comes to the Red Dead Redemption 2 Double-Action Revolver & Stone Hatchet Challenges, which can also bring double GTA$250,000 bonuses each once completed, these deals are still alive. Those who already completed the challenges will be also able to get GTA$250,000 per challenge on October 29th. Moreover, all players who pre-ordered Red Dead Redemption 2 will receive additional GTA$1m regardless of other deals.
New deals available this week
Some new double GTA$ & RP deals are being offered this week in VIP/CEO Work, Gunrunning and Stunt Races. All players can get double GTA$ & RP with VIP/CEO Work & Challenges while taking out opponents’ Super Yachts in Piracy Prevention can bring double rewards. Gunrunning Sell missions can also double our GTA$ & RP, in addition to 25 percent speed boost for Bunker Research. Gamers who own Mobile Operations Center can also receive double GTA$ & RP if they launch any Weaponized Vehicle Mission before October 22nd.
Could there be another DLC before the launch of Red Dead Online beta?
Considering the fact that Red Dead Redemption 2 is set to be released at the end of this month, while November will see the launch of Red Dead Online beta, it looks like October is the perfect time to make a new DLC available. At least that’s what gamers hope for, as soon all attention will be focused on Red Dead Online.
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