Red Dead Redemption 2 updates on Xbox One with Photo Mode and new story content

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The hit video game, Red Dead Redemption 2, received a rather significant update on Xbox One consoles today that added a variety of additional Story Mode content and the much-anticipated Photo Mode, both of which had been available to players on PS4 and PC for a while now.

Here’s the official list of additional content added to the Red Dead 2 Story Mode:

  • 3 Story Mode Bounty Hunter Missions
  • 2 Story Mode Gang Hideouts
  • 2 Story Mode Treasure Maps
  • “To The Ends of The Earth” Story Mode Mission
  • 4 Weapons Added to Story Mode
  • 7 Horse Breeds Added to Story Mode
  • 5 Hidden Trinkets Added to Story Mode

In addition to extra content for the single-player campaign, today’s update also adds more content to the Red Dead Online multiplayer mode which launched just over a year ago.

Here’s what’s new for Red Dead Online players:

Apparel:

  • Salizzo Double Bandolier
  • Rulfo Boots
  • Starrett Hat
  • Gordillo Half-Chaps

Emotes:

  • Hat Flick
  • Howl
  • Jovial Laugh
  • Subtle Wave
  • You vs Me

Red Dead Redemption 2 was an absolute monster when it launched in late-2018. The title sold over 17 million copies in its first week of sale and made over $725 million in just its first three days.

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Interested in playing Red Dead Redemption 2? It's currently selling with a 50% discount on Xbox One.

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