In October 2018, Rock Star Games released Red Dead Redemption II for Xbox One and PS4.
This game is described on their website as “an epic tale of life in America’s unforgiving heartland. The game’s vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience.” To celebrate this release, Rockstar Games provided us some swag that you can purchase from their Rockstar Wearhouse and we are here to share it with you!
If you need to attach a shot glass to your belt loop or bag you carry, this Red Dead Redemption II Collapsible Shot Glass might be a good choice for you. It is compact and has a hook for easy attachment.
Rockstar Games’ online store has a ton of merchandise from their games and this Redemption T-Shirt is one of the many shirts they sell. The red on Black is out of stock but they have a white on Red that is available.
This “Outlaws for Life” Shirt is also available in their online store.
This keyring is pretty cool as it displays the Rockstar Games logo on one side and the Red Dead Redemption II Logo on the other! You can get it in red on black or black on red.
There were two items they sent that may have been promotional gifts as I couldn’t find them in the online store but I wanted to share them anyway. First, they sent us this Rockstar Games sticker.
Additionally, they sent us a set of Rockstar Games coasters that are different colors and display their logo. Nice!
As you can see, Rockstar Games provides all kinds of Red Dead Redemption II collectibles and apparel. If this is one of your favorite games and want to purchase some swag, Rockstar Games’ online Warehouse is definitely a resource to get it and their prices aren’t too bad either!
Want to know what one of our writers thought about the game, Red Dead Redemption? Check out our review!
I am the wife of a real nerd who has developed some nerd-like tendencies along the way. I am a mom of two, with dreams of becoming a graphic designer and writer while working at the local community college full-time. Earned a B.S. in Communication from University of Louisville and plan to eventually get my Masters Degree…They say it’s never too late to start!