Red Dead Redemption 2 to follow in GTA’s footsteps with dedicated Online spin-off

Anyone who has participated in an evolving videogame world knows that it can feel like venturing into the lawless borders of the Wild West, perfect for a game like Red Dead Redemption 2!

Well, show your pants, because Rockstar has officially spilled the beans in the next online component of the game, simply titled Red Dead Online.

Compared to the vast open world of the main game, Red Dead Online is essentially a separate product, which promises to combine narrative, competitive and cooperative game elements, allowing players to explore the American frontier, either alone or with friends .

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According to Rockstar, players can expect "constant updates and adjustments to grow and evolve this experience", something that should be very familiar to the GTA Online community.

Speaking to IGN, Rockstar representatives offered additional details about Red Dead Online, stating that the company "tried to take the best elements and best content packages of Grand Theft Auto Online and use them for the templates of what we are doing. here".

Given the immense size and scope of the game, Rockstar expects Red Dead Online to experience "some turbulence at the launch," but hopes to "work with our amazing and dedicated community to share ideas, help us solve the initial problems and work with us to develop Red Dead Online into something really fun and innovative. "

Releasing in the form of a public beta sometime in November, Red Dead Online will be free for anyone with a copy of the main game (which will be released on October 26, 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One).

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