Red Dead Redemption 2 Pre-Order Unlocks War Horse, GTA Online Cash

Yes, that's right folks, it's the day that Red Dead Redemption 2 will be coming out and we're all pretty excited.

The info has since been taken down, but plenty of people managed to screenshot the whole thing before Microsoft could begin damage control, and you can check it out for yourself in the image below. The rest of the DLC doesn't appear to have any such limitation on when to pre-order. Knowing that the pre-ordered Red Dead Redemption 2 bonuses have been leaked.

Digital pre-orders on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will also gain a "Cash Bonus" for Red Dead 2's Story Mode, giving you enough to buy a new weapon, some food and other useful items for protagonist Arthur Morgan, and a Treasure Map revealing the locations of secret buried treasure in Story Mode. What's more, the list shows some very interesting information that could arguably allude to future DLC once the game officially debuts this October.

Those who pre-order will also get a virtual $500,000 to spend in the Grand Theft Auto Online.

Rockstar Games has announced all of the premium editions and pre-order details for the highly-anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 ahead of its release this fall, with the game to get several premium editions and a selection of extra goods if you pre-order now. The "Red Dead Redemption 2: Collector's Box" is available for pre-order at the Rockstar Warehouse and select retailers.

Expect to see Red Dead Redemption 2 this year at E3, likely with all of this information!

The War Horse and a free treasure map are being offered as extras for Rockstar's latest, but why is GTA Online cash also being included? Though it's set at $99.99 United States dollars, this collector's box doesn't include a copy of the game, so you'll have to buy it separately.

The fact that one extra is just free money in GTA Online is curious though, as you could infer that to mean that Red Dead Redemption II doesn't have any equivalent of its own.

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