Free Red Dead 2, GTA 5 Online Rewards Available For Amazon Prime Members
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Yet another perk for Twitch Prime members is now available, and this one involves the online modes for Rockstar's two most recent games: Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2. Twitch Prime is a free perk of Amazon Prime, and with that service sure to be getting some new members ahead of Prime Day later this month, here's a new offer to take advantage of.
As part of a newly-announced partnership between Rockstar Games and Twitch, Amazon Prime subscribers will be rewarded with exclusive bonuses and deals for Grand Theft Auto Online and Red Dead Online, starting right now. All you need to do in order to collect the rewards is link your Twitch Prime account with your Rockstar Games Social Club account, and then claim the rewards here. The immediate rewards include the following:
Grand Theft Auto Online
- Bonus GTA$ on all purchases of Shark Cash Cards
Red Dead Online
- Superior Ammo Bundle featuring:
- 60 Incendiary Buckshot Ammo
- 30 Volatile Fire Bottles
- 200 Express Ammo for: Pistol, Revolver, Repeater & Rifle
Extra Gold Bars on purchases of Gold Bars Packs
Supposedly this is only the beginning, as Twitch promises that this will be one of their "longest-running offers to date," with more exclusive goodies and discounts available for Rockstar games in the coming months, although no details are yet available on what else that might entail.
The announcement of Rockstar and Twitch's new partnership comes right on the tail of Twitch announcing its plans to celebrate Amazon Prime Day, which is coming up on July 15-16. In addition to everything from Rockstar, Prime subscribers will also receive exclusive skins for Apex Legends and other in-game items for 2K sports titles in the coming months. Twitch will also be hosting high-profile Apex Legends and FIFA 19 tournaments right before Prime Day, as well as running two, twelve-hour streams called "Twitch Sells Out," in which popular streamers will sell gaming products that are on sale for Prime Day in the style of home shopping television shows.
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