In an announcement on Rockstar Games website, players that have been playing or are looking forward to trying the Red Dead Online are in for a treat! They’re rewarding the players for their feedback after a week of the online Beta with a nice gift and a few adjustments, adding that there is “still lots more to come.” According to their patch notes, players that are trying the beta will encounter the following changes, that aim to balance the game:
Increasing the cash and gold payments across a number of different activities including Free Roam Missions, Free Roam Events, replays of A Land of Opportunities Missions, Showdown Series modes and more.
Reducing the prices of most weapons in the Wheeler, Rawson & Co Catalogue and Gunsmiths. For players that have already purchased weapons at the previous prices, we will automatically deposit the difference to player balances starting today – please look for an alert message the next time you log in to the Red Dead Online Beta to notify you of this change, refunds may take up until December 10th to reach all players.
Balancing the values of select pelts, skins and fish as well as horse reviver and pamphlets.
Rockstar added in their announcement that they would continue to improve Red Dead Online Beta to offer a great experience, and all the adjustments will be based on the community feedback. They explained that they are working on bugs that kick out players from sessions and will patch them the following week.
If you want to send them feedback, Rockstar wrote that they would review the suggestions that can be sent to reddeadonline.com/feedback.
The Red Dead Online Gift
The great news that comes with this announcement is that everyone that has joined the beta will receive a gift of RDO$250 and 15 Gold Bars. The gift should get to players starting today, and it will get to all eligible players by 14 December.
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