There are No Second Chances in the Red Dead Online Elimination Series Playlist

By Rebecca Smith, 30 days ago
Rockstar may not come bearing free gifts for all Red Dead Redemption 2 online players this week, but they have provided a new players for those who prefer to go into a multiplayer match with everything to lose. Of course, there's also the new clothing and bonuses for this week if that doesn't take your fancy.

Elimination Series Playlist

The Elimination Series Playlist centres on Make It Count matches across a variety of locations. With just a single life and Throwing Knives and the Bow and Arrow as weapons, it's a fight to be the last man or woman standing. Players who feel like taking on larger matches can instead play the team-based Gun Rush mode in the Elimination Series Large Playlist.

Any player who takes part in the playlist will get a 30% boost in XP and RDO$. If you win a match in the Elimination Playlist, you'll also get 60 High Velocity ammo for the Pistol, Revolver, Repeater, and Rifle weapon classes. While there are no free gifts, players do have a second week to claim the free Care Packages from last week. If you've reached Rank 10 or 20 and you haven't done so already, make sure to visit your Camp Lockbox or Post Office before June 24th to get your free gifts.

If you prefer to make use of discounts instead, all Tonics are currently discounted by 25%. Finally, three new items have been added to the Wheeler, Rawson and Co. Catalogue: the Lightfoot Pants, the Austin Boots, and the Hissy Fit emote. There are also three limited stock items — Charro Jacket, Vaquero Baroque Spurs, and Clymene Coat — so make sure to grab those quickly if you're interested.

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Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.