Red Dead Online: Blood Money – 13 Minutes of ‘The Saloon Contract’ Crime Gameplay

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Red Dead Online: Blood Money just got a brand new update that came with a new Crime and Opportunity. In this video, we’ll be showing you all three parts of the new crime called “The Saloon Contract” which has you traveling around Saint Denis and robbing different saloons of their precious Capitale.

Blood Money is the newest update for Red Dead Online that has the world scrambling to get their hands on a brand new currency called Capitale. Players can take on crimes to retrieve and earn Capitale, and then use it to take on bigger opportunities that have multiple difficulty levels that offer various rewards.

The gameplay in this video was captured using the PlayStation 4 version of the game, and is running on a PS5.

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