If you need money and gold for GTA Online and Red Dead Online, there is a simple way to get them for free. Rockstar is offering a reward for those who activate the two-step verification on their accounts. By doing this, players will receive free fold bars in Red Dead Online and free money in GTA Online. More than that, it appears that there will be “additional future benefits.”
Here’s what the blog post reads. “Everyone that adds 2-Step Verification to their Social Club account (and anyone who already has) will receive:
- GTA$500,000 in your GTA Online account
- 10 Gold Bars in your Red Dead Online Beta account
- Additional future benefits in both GTA Online and the Red Dead Online Beta.”
Enhanced security with two-factor authentication gives you GTA Online and Red Dead Online FREE money and gold
While the money and gold reward is nice, Rockstar reminds us that the 2 step verification is one way of adding more security to your account so that you keep it safe.
“Adding 2-Step verification to your Social Club account provides an additional layer of security to help you protect your account from unwanted access. With 2-Step verification enabled, signing in to your account on a new device will require your Nickname or Email, Password, and a Verification Code generated by an Authenticator on your mobile phone, tablet, or browser. A new Verification Code is required when signing in from an unrecognized device or location.”
In order to add the two-factor authentication to your account for GTA Online and Red Dead Online, you need to head over to the settings of your profile on the Social Club website. A generated code will have to be used when logging into a new device. It remains to see what will be the future additional benefits of activating the verification.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.