GTA Online Gets Red Dead Redemption 2 Mission And Weapon

Isaac Cain
December 16, 2017

Unfortunately, we don't know if PC players will get access to this content, as Red Dead Redemption 2 is now only known to be in development for PS4 and Xbox One. This is as long as Red Dead Redemption 2 does not sit out of the PC platform entirely. All of them are reported to be "Mark 2" versions of weapons already in-game.

Rockstar has a new in-game item that ties its most recent, relevant, and popular games together (sorry LA Noire). More importantly, this gives the developers much-needed time to be acquainted with Xbox One X, and Sony's PS4 Pro. Sign up to the Rockstar Games Social Club to get access to the Double-Action Revolver headshot challenge. The original game revolved around industrial progress, featuring the introduction of newfangled streets and motor cars, so it's obvious that the next title will take players further back in time.

As a result, the game developer is likely to unveil a prequel instead.

First off, mention of a "headshot challenge" was found in the files, telling players that, by completing the challenge, they'll be able to unlock a special revolver in Red Dead Redemption 2.

GTA Online Doomsday Heist Releases

The highly anticipated downloadable content (DLC) for "GTA Online" titled, "Doomsday Heist" is now available for all platforms. Team Guru also found a locked chest and a handwritten note. The chest is marked with 'Boles Overland Stagecoach Co.' branding, which was also spotted in the trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2.

A secret mission is to be unlocked in GTA 5, which will enable the players to unlock rewards for Red Dead Redemption 2. For players who have been wandering in the ecosystem of "GTA Online", this might be easy. The note, on the other hand, alludes to a mysterious treasure that split a family apart.

Apparently, they found some coordinates within the code, and it looks like players will be required to track down these locations and take pictures of the spots.

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