Although the Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick stated that it is too early to discuss about Red Dead Redemption 2 Online, since it hasn’t been released yet, they had slightly hinted towards the fact that the beta version will roll out at the end of the month and they will have a lot of stuff to talk about the game.
But now here we have a confirming news that Red Dead 2 Online fans will have to wait till the end of November. The recent financial report from Take-Two Interactive—Rockstar Games’ parent company—confirmed the news.
Looking forward to following the success of GTA Online, the Red Dead Online beta is all set to be the next foremost release from Rockstar Games.
However, the revelation from Take-Two states that the Red Dead 2 Online release date has been slated later for this month.
With the end of November 2018, the new release time frame for the Red Dead Redemption 2 multiplayer mode, what dates should we be expecting?
Considering how Rock Star Games has handled the past launches, a Tuesday or Thursday seems more likely.
This was the time when major GTA Online developments have hit the mark in the past and could be a good framework for Red Dead Redemption 2.
This further indicates that Red Dead 2 Online can go live on November 27, or November 29, even though this news remains a mystery at this time.
There is only one way to remain up-to-date regarding the release date and that is to keep close eye on each and every announcement coming from Rockstar Games.
Though some kind of trailer is anticipated by the development squad before the new online beta is launched.
The trailer will possibly give a list of everything and anything that will be counted in the new multiplayer mode.
When GTA Online was launched, it had a limited range of mission modes like Racing and Survival.
Therefore, we can expect something of the same taste for the release of the Red Dead 2 Online.
Informing fans, here is what Rockstar Games has so far shared about the new mode: “As we announced previously, Red Dead Online is a new online connected experience set against the backdrop of Red Dead Redemption 2’s enormous open world.
“As with most online experiences of this size and scale, there will inevitably be some turbulence at launch and we look forward to working with our amazing and dedicated community to share ideas, help us fix teething problems and work with us to develop Red Dead Online into something really fun and innovative.
“Access to Red Dead Online is free to anyone with a copy of Red Dead Redemption 2 on either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
“Using the gameplay of Red Dead Redemption 2 as a foundation, Red Dead Online will be ready to be explored alone or with friends and will also feature constant updates and adjustments to grow and evolve this experience for all players. Stay tuned for more details about Red Dead Online in the weeks ahead.”
Also, Red Dead Redemption 2 has sold nearly 17 million units after its last month launch.