The latest Red Dead Redemption 2 news from Rockstar Games
Red Dead Redemption 2 is the next great release from Rockstar Games, with much more to surround the mystery.
However, while things in Rockstar's HQ are kept under wrapping, there have been some possible leaks that give us an idea of the upcoming Red Dead Online beta.
We can also look at GTA Online, which has been tremendously successful and continues to perform well with the parent company Take-Two Interactive.
What can we expect from Red Dead Online when it comes to PS4 and Xbox One?
NEW RED RED CLEANING 2 MAP?
Players can reach the original map from the Red Dead Redemption but can not perform a lot of work there.
And while some random events can unfold when you are south of West Elizabeth, everything is a little quiet right now.
This has led some fans to think about what could be used in the future, considering it to be part of the map found in the official physical game release.
One idea is that it will be Red Dead Online's original focus on PS4 and Xbox One.
This could mean that some sort of event or seminar is being played or might be a level entry level for players for the first time online.
Another idea is that it could be for a special RDR2 multiplayer mode like Wild West Battle Royale.
Reports from before release of Red Dead Redemption 2 claimed that Rockstar Games was working on this.
But there is still total speculation at the moment.
This site may be something that is associated with a player's experience too, somewhere that may be part of an upcoming DLC for the game.
Red Dead Online will launch as a beta for PS4 and Xbox
RDR2 Player Details and Shipments
Data miners believe they have found evidence that players will be able to buy vehicles and properties when Red Dead Online starts.
From what has been shared online, gamers will be able to buy wagons with built-in weapons on top of them, among other things.
There is also a list of properties that players can buy as well as another huge hit by Rockstar, GTA Online.
These ideas seem quite likely for Red Dead Online, although they have not been announced yet by Rockstar.
A list of mission types has also leaked, suggesting that Red Dead Online could start with something close to what was first offered on GTA Online.
Special survival missions leading to ever-increasing gunshots have been reported.
Other types include races, which could be extended to existing riding found in a player's play.
Red Dead 2 will soon include multiplayer options
While all this remains speculation and rumors right now, Rockstar has given a little hint on what will follow.
Speaking to IGN prior to release, Josh Needleman, Senior Producer at Rockstar San Diego, explained that he was going to use the best tracks of GTA Online as a model, revealing:
"One of the biggest differences between GTAs and Red Dead Universes is that you often accelerate or fly over a GTA world, while in Red Dead Acquisition the change of rhythm increases the intimacy of the overall experience.
"Like the story of an Arthur Morgan player, we want people to settle in their characters on the internet and feel that every activity is meaningful for character, regulation and time. This should feel familiar and personal while still to feel entertaining and full of action from moment to moment.
"We tried to get the best items and the best content packages from Grand Theft Auto Online and use them as models for what we are doing here. We believe Grand Theft Auto Online has only found his creative legs with the Heists.
"This package, along with After Hours, The Doomsday Heist, Gun Running and some others represent the best of Grand Theft Auto Online and provided the standard for what we wanted to use here (not content, obviously but how they combine the narrative , gameplay, modes and other content in a coherent thematic set) alongside all the elements we liked from the old Red Dead Redemption multiplayer. "
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RED MONUME DAILY USE DIRECTORY?
Rockstar Games has confirmed that the Red Dead Online beta will be launched later this month.
A recent financial report also included a reference to the multiplayer RDR2 launch that brought a warning to the fans.
According to Take-Two interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick, Red Dead Online will be closer to the end of November.
He has not shared one day for the big shot, but it seems good to bet that the last week of the month is selected.
Depending on how lively Rockstar they want to be, they could choose to release the beta during the week and dive duly with large numbers at the weekend.
Both options come with their advantages and disadvantages and will surely put the servers through their steps.
GTA Online has encountered tremendous problems with online crashes during its first few months, and the same should be expected from Red Dead Online.