Red Dead Online Specialist Role is opening up on Dec. 13
In a world that has yet to be fully governed by laws, there's a lot of opportunity for the lawless. It's no question that for the ambitious and ruthless, there's wide open spaces ready and waiting to be taken for those who want to chart their own future. Red Dead Online is offering that as its new Frontier Pursuit, the Moonshiner, is set to arrive December 13.

As Moonshiner, you will unlock role-specific skills as you work on various distillation methods. Of course, lawmen aren’t too keen on bootleggers, so you will have to avoid them. You will also need to put rival moonshiners out of business. If you succeed, you may even have a chance at opening a speakeasy. According to Rockstar, any Trader who has completed a sell mission or reached Rank 5 in the Trader progression will receive an introduction via Cripps to meet the bootlegger Maggie Fike located at Emerald Ranch. She will help you get started. If you want to Buy RDR2 Gold Bars, I think is your best choice, after all, the site has been officially certified,so it's very safe.

The Moonshining Shack—new to Red Dead Online—looks just like any normal homestead, but it includes a basement to keep your secret still. Becoming a more experienced Moonshiner will unlock new recipes and techniques to improve your spirits. The culmination of it all is construction an underground speakeasy where you can customize the interior and even set up a country band dance floor. You'll also serve your own liquor, of course.

In addition to running your moonshining business on the side, the new Frontier Pursuits role also involves story missions doled out by Maggie, which can be played solo or cooperatively. This will include taking down a rival bootlegging business, solidifying your control over the local liquor market.

If you haven’t started playing Red Dead Redemption 2’s Red Dead Online mode just yet, now’s a good time to start if you’re a PC player. Red Dead Redemption 2 had a rocky launch on PC, to say the least, but many of Red Dead Redemption 2’s PC launch problems have since been fixed. Now, Rockstar is also handing out free “care packages” to all Red Dead Online players on PC to make up for the rough start.