Get A Free Halloween-Themed Red Dead 2 Online Item When You Play GTA 5 Online

No strings attached. Just boot up and get a free mask.


You're in luck if you own both Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2. Rockstar Games announced that if you play GTA Online, you will get a free Halloween-themed item for Red Dead Online.

It's as simple as that. Play GTA Online starting today, October 10, through December 12 and you will be rewarded with the Slaughter Mask in Red Dead Online. You aren't required to play any missions or complete any tasks; just log in and the mask will appear in your Red Dead Online Camp's wardrobe within 24 hours. The mask looks like a cross between Jason Voorhees' hockey mask, Leatherface, and something a member of Slipknot would wear--and it's perfect for the Halloween season.

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Rockstar also revealed this week's legendary bounty: former military sharpshooter Sergio Vincenza. He is said to be toying around in the fire tower at Roanoke Ridge. Turning him in nets you the Inglett Scarf in an exclusive colorway and 100 rounds of Express Rifle Ammo within 24 hours of completion.

After rumors began circulating, Rockstar officially confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2 is headed to Google Stadia and PC next month. PC players will get a batch of new story mode content, as well as improved graphics. The game will arrive on various PC storefronts before making its way to Steam in December. Pre-orders for Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC are now live and include some awesome bonuses.

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