Latest Red Dead Redemption 2 news from Rockstar Games
The Red Dead Redemption 2 multiplayer mode is the next major release from Rockstar Games, with much of it hidden behind the mystery.
However, while Rockstar's headquarters are under robbery, there have been some potential leaks that give us an idea of the upcoming Red Dead Online beta.
We can also look at GTA Online, which has been a huge success and continues to work well for the parent company Take-Two Interactive.
So what can we expect from Red Dead Online when it comes to PS4 and Xbox One?
NEW RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 MAP?
Players can reach the original Red Dead Redemption card, but can not perform many tasks there.
While some random events may occur when you are south of West Elizabeth, it's all a little quiet right now.
This has allowed some fans to judge its use, given that it is highlighted in the official release of the physical card.
One idea is that it will be the original Focus Red Dead Online PS4 and Xbox One.
This could mean that an event or training session is scheduled, or it could be the starting level for the first time online players.
Another idea is that it might be a special RDR2 multiplayer mode, such as the Wild West Battle Royale.
The reports received before the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 claimed that Rockstar Games was doing something similar.
But there are still common speculations at this time.
This area may also be related to one-player experience, somewhere it might be part of the upcoming DLC game.
Red Dead Online will start as beta PS4 and Xbox
RDR2 MULTIPLAYER ITEMS AND MISSIONS
Data savers believe that they have found evidence that players will be able to purchase vehicles and features when Red Dead Online is fully launched.
From what is shared online, players will be able to purchase wagons with weapons on them, among other things.
There is also a list of records that players can buy, just like with another big hit Rockstar GTA Online.
These ideas seem quite possible to Red Dead Online, although they have not yet been announced by Rockstar.
Browse the list of mission types as well, suggesting that Red Dead Online can be run with something close to what was first offered to GTA Online.
There have been reports of special survival missions that will lead to ever-increasing gang races.
Other types include racing, something that can be expanded with existing horseback riding found in single-player mode.
Red Dead 2 will soon include multiplayer options
Although it's still speculation and rumor about this time, Rockstar has given a slight hint of what might be next.
Speaking of IGN before release, Josh Needleman, Senior Producer of Rockstar San Diego, explained that they would be ready to use the best GTA Online bit as a template, revealing:
"One of the biggest differences between the GTA and the Red Dead Universe is that you often accelerate or fly over the GTA world, but in the case of Red Dead Redemption, the speed change raises the intimacy of common experiences.
"Like the one-player game story of Arthur Morgan, we want people to get into their online characters and feel that each activity has a sense of meaning, setting and time. It should feel intimate and personal, while enjoying fun and doing something from time to time. for the moment
"We have tried to use the best of the Grand Theft Auto Online and the best content packs and use them for the templates we are doing here. We believe Grand Theft Auto Online has really found its legs creatively with Heist.
"This package, along with After Hours, Doomsday Heist, Gun Running and some others, represent the best of Grand Theft Auto Online and provided a template for what we wanted to use here (of course, not content, but how they combined narration, gameplay, regimes and other content in a coherent thematic package) along with all the elements we liked from the old Red Dead Redemption multiplayer. "
Red Dead Redemption 2 NEW game screenshots
T, January 30, 2018
New gameplay screenshots have been revealed to Red Dead Redemption 2 on the PS4 and Xbox One.
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RED DEAD ONLINE RELEASE DATE?
Rockstar Games has confirmed that the Red Dead Online beta will begin this month.
A recent financial statement also included a reference to the launch of multi-tasking RDR2, which was sent to fans alerts.
According to Strauss Zelnick, Director-General of Take-Two Interactive, Red Dead Online will arrive closer to the end of November.
The day set for the big launch date was not the same day, but it looks like the last week of the month has been chosen.
Depending on how energetic Rockstar wants to be, they can opt for a beta release within a week and plunge into a large number at the weekend.
Both choices come with their own pros and cons and, of course, put servers at their own pace.
In the first few months, GTA Online faced major issues with online crashes, and Red Dead Online should also be expected.