This Week’s Red Dead Online Update: Golden Spirit Bear

Table of Contents1 Naturalist Discounts1.1 Please enter your date of birth to view this video Continuing the Naturalist theme this week, Red Dead Online’s newest animal to track is the Golden Spirit Bear. If you kill or sample the bear, you can receive 50% off an Established or Higher Naturalist […]

Continuing the Naturalist theme this week, Red Dead Online’s newest animal to track is the Golden Spirit Bear. If you kill or sample the bear, you can receive 50% off an Established or Higher Naturalist Item. And if you bring it to Gus’ Trapper Store, you can get a coat made out of the bear’s blonde fur.

As always, players can visit Harriet at her store to launch the mission. While there, players can also pick up a Vitalism Studies Pamphlet and start gathering Harrietum Officinalis to transform temporarily into a wild boar.

If you play Red Dead Online anytime between October 6 and 12, you can earn 5,000 Club XP. Players will also earn double XP from roleplay missions–including Bounties, Trader and Moonshiner Sell Missions, Moonshiner Story and Bootlegger Missions, and Naturalist Sighting and Poaching Missions. More events are also offering double XP and include Free Roam Events and Missions, Showdowns, Races, and A Land of Opportunities Missions.

Naturalist Discounts

  • 5 Gold Bars off the price of Harriet’s Animal Field Guide
  • 40% off all Naturalist Role items
  • 30% off the cost of Trinkent assembly

Red Dead Online players who connect their Rockstar Games Social Club account to Prime Gaming will receive Rewards for five free Legendary Animal Pheromones, 6,000 Naturalist XP, a free Wilderness Camp, a free Katata Coat crafted from the Legendary Katata Elk hide.

Through October 12, Prime Gaming members will also receive a free Bar Theme and Outfit, Accessory or Emote of their choice, plus 6,000 Club XP, and 10X each of Gin, Brandy, Rum, Baked Beans, and Jolly Jack’s.

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