Red Dead Online to Release Towards the End of November

Red Dead Online

Red Dead Online is set on track to be launched by the end of November according to the boss of Take-Two; Strauss Zelnick. It was previously speculated that the online mode would be releasing sometime in November, but the date was not confirmed.

However, the game mode is coming out in a public beta Strauss added. With the release of Red Dead Online just a few weeks ahead, it’s the right time for it to be launched since players are just finishing up the main Story missions of the game.

Karl Slatoff who is the president of Take-Two, added a few details about Red Dead Online, where he clarified that Read Dead Online can be played solo.

Red Dead Online is an evolution of the classic multiplayer experience in the original Red Dead Redemption, blending narrative with competitive and cooperative game-play in fun new ways.
Using the gameplay of Red Dead Redemption 2 as a foundation, the vast world of Red Dead Online will be ready to be explored alone or with friends, and will feature constant updates and adjustments to grow and evolve this experience for all players. Access to Red Dead Online will be free with the purchase of Red Dead Redemption 2 on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Read Dead Online is coming out as a public beta which will have plenty of bugs. In any case, you can expect the Online mode of the game to be similar to Grand Theft Auto V as an open-world experience to explore multiplayer. The game will use the gameplay in Red Dead Redemption 2 as its foundation, but will periodically receive constant updates and adjustments over the course of Red Dead Online’s lifetime. This hints that the online version of the game is here to stay for quiet some years.

Are you excited or Red Dead Online? Have you completed the Story Mode of Red Dead Redemption 2? Post your comment below.

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An ardent lover for first-person shooter games, Salik has been part of GamesHedge all through its journey. His love for competitive gaming started with Counter-Strike and Call of Duty, and now can be seen lurking in Valorant and Rainbow Six: Siege.

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