Red Dead Online's Latest Weekly Update Adds The Legendary White Coyote

Following last week’s Legendary Banded Gator, Red Dead Redemption 2 added another Legendary animal in this week’s Red Dead Online update. The Milk Coyote has been sighted in Blackwater and is prone to traveling in vicious packs.

Like last week, completing the mission can get you discounts. You will receive 40% off any Novice or Promising Naturalist Item, and if you sample the coyote’s blood, you can get 40% off any Distinguished Role Item. If players decide to kill the coyote, Gus’ Trapper Store will create a wearable coat out of the pelt. Visit Harriet at her store to initiate the mission.

Aside from perks associated with hunting the Milk Coyote, players can also receive double the normal cash, gold, and XP if they play any of this week’s featured modes in Hardcore Shootout Series. All players that are rank 15 and below and that log in this week will also receive a free shirt of their choosing.

Wheeler, Rawson & Co. catalog has added the following new items:

  • The Barelle Hat
  • The Inkstone Hat
  • The Farling Jacket

Red Dead Online will also reward bootleggers this week:

  • Cost of moving Moonshine Shacks is waived
  • 40% off all Novice and Promising Moonshiner Items
  • 3 Gold Bars off Moonshiner Bar themes
  • 5 Gold Bars off the cost of the Moonshine Shack through September 7

Prime Gaming Subscribers also have perks this week:

  • 5 free Legendary Animal Pheromones
  • 6,000 Naturalist XP
  • A free Wilderness Camp
  • A free Katata Coat crafted from the Legendary Elk Hide

Players who connect to Prime Gaming before September 14 will receive a Free Icahi Coat made of the finest boar’s hide, five rewards for a free box of Nitro Express Ammunition, and a reward for 50 rounds of Sedative Varmint Cartridges.

Prime Gaming is the new name for Twitch Prime, and anybody with an Amazon Prime account can receive the listed perks. Prime Gaming currently has 23 free games available to play, including Treachery in Beatdown City.

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