Red Dead Redemption 2’s PC Version Adds All This New Story Mode Content

Rockstar is launching Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC in November, and now the company has announced some of the extra content that’s being added to the story mode. In short, there is a lot of new content coming to the PC version, which might be good news for PC players who had to wait a long time to play Rockstar’s celebrated open-world western on PC.

The new content includes new bounty hunter missions, more gang hideouts, and new treasure maps. Rockstar is also adding more weapons, including the Evans Repeater and High Roller Revolver that were previously only available in Red Dead Online. There are also more trinkets to collect that give players special bonuses like permanent increases for health bar refill speed and horse bonding experience. There is also a brand-new mission, “To The Ends of the Earth,” that players can complete to earn a “range of rewards.”

It appears Rockstar might be yet again commenting on politics with one of the bounty hunter missions. One of the missions involves finding a bad guy named “Bart Cavanaugh” and either taking him dead or alive. The name Bart Cavanaugh sure sounds like a lot like Brett Kavanaugh, the embattled United States Supreme Court justice.

Below you can see a rundown of all of the new content coming to Red Dead Redemption 2’s PC version (as written by Rockstar). It’s unclear at this point if some or all of this content will ever come to the game’s PlayStation 4 and Xbox One editions.

Red Dead Redemption 2 launches for PC on November 5. For more, check out the game’s PC system requirements and other details on the graphical improvements.

Red Dead Redemption 2 New Content For PC

  • Three new Bounty Hunter Missions

    • Herman Zizendorf has been stealing tools from tradesmen – track him down in Blackwater.

    • Ex-Confederate Cavalry Officer Camille de Millemont is wanted dead or alive out by Catfish Jacksons, but his loyal men are never far behind.

    • Bart Cavanaugh and his men are camping out in Big Valley. Take Bart dead or alive without alerting the others if you want to avoid a whole mess of trouble.

  • Two new Gang Hideouts

    • Take on the deadly Del Lobos gang in new hideouts at Gaptooth Breach and Solomon’s Folly

  • Two new Treasure Maps

    • Search for treasures across the new Landmarks of Riches and The Elemental Trail maps for gold bars and other rewards

  • New weapons for Story Mode including:

    • M1899 Pistol all-new Semi-automatic handgun with clip loaded ammunition

    • Evans Repeater high capacity repeater (previously available in Red Dead Online only)

    • High Roller Revolver ornate double-action revolver (previously available in Red Dead Online only)

    • Le Mat Revolver powerful revolver with the ability to shoot shotgun shells (previously available in Red Dead Online only)

  • New horses for Story Mode including:

    • Warped Brindle Arabian – a fast and agile mount

    • Few Spot Appaloosa – beautiful and hardy, ideal for cross-country journeys

    • Perlino Andalusian – a healthy, sturdy animal, ideal for hunting (previously available in Red Dead Online only)

    • Red Chestnut Arabian – a fleet-footed beast with a distinctive coat (previously available in Red Dead Online only)

    • Plus 3 new wild horse variations – keep an eye out for wild herds featuring the Buttermilk Buckskin Kentucky Saddler, Liver Chestnut Morgan and Gold Palomino Tennessee Walker

  • New Mission “To The Ends of The Earth” – collect requested herbs for a range of rewards

  • Five new trinkets to collect with new effects:

    • Hawk Talon – permanently decreases Stamina bar drain speed by 30% when drawing a bow

    • Cat Eye – permanently increases the length of Fortifying tonic effects by 20%

    • Shark Tooth – permanently increases horse bonding experience bonus by 10%

    • Turtle Shell – permanently increases health bar refill speed by 10%
    • Crow Beak – permanently increases looted ammo by 10%

If you’re thinking about picking up this version of the game, it’s worth checking out the Red Dead Redemption 2 PC specs to see if you need to make any upgrades to your computer to run the game.

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