GTA Online And Red Dead Redemption 2 Cross-Promo Revealed

GTA Online’s Doomsday Heist Releases Tons of New Content

GTA Online And Red Dead Redemption 2 Cross-Promo Revealed

Recently, data miners found Red Dead Redemption related files in the GTA V online game. We think that this is a reference to John Marston, the protagonist of the first game Red Dead Redemption. Today, Rockstar released a brand new crossover mission into Grand Theft Auto Online, and completing it will reward players with a gun from the upcoming Western shooter. Now everything is unveiled, bringing us a new event in GTA Online. While there has not been any substantial updates to the single player version of the game they have been cultivating and growing the online portion of the game since the beginning.

GTA 5 Online's new Doomsday Heist is said to take upwards of 12 hours to complete. It also hid a special treasure hunt that would yield the Double-Action Revolver, which bears the Boles Overland Stagecoach Co. inscription, previously noted in Red Dead Redemption 2 screenshots.

This scavenger hunt is said to take place over 20 different locations, including a mysterious grave.

Gamers can get their hands on the game and install it on the PlayStation4, Xbox One, and PC.

There's certainly life in the popular game yet, then.

In order to activate the added content players are required to purchase one of the "IAA Facilities" and become the CEO of the new organization.

"As a company we love single-player more than anything, and believe in it absolutely for storytelling and a sense of immersion in a world, multiplayer games don't rival single-player games", Rockstar design director Imran Sarwar stated in an interview with Game Informer.

"The Doomsday Heist involves negotiating multiple ruthless Freemode prep missions, tactical setup operations, and experimental weapons and vehicles - each ending with an over-the-top finale that brings a payoff big enough to share with your fellow crew members", said Rockstar.

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