It’s been exactly one month since Red Dead Redemption 2 or RDR 2 for short launched and the reviews are in. The game is rated as a “10/10 must have” by nearly all reliable game critics. Not just that, but RDR 2 is also breaking records when it comes to units sold and this shows that the eight years of hard work that the developers at Rockstar Games have put in the game are worth it. Nonetheless, the developers have announced that RDR 2 Online is finally going live tomorrow (November 27th).
RDR 2 Online Launches Tomorrow
Everyone who has purchased the base game will get access to RDR 2 Online once the servers come out of beta. Rockstar Games announced today that fans of RDR 2 who purchased the “Ultimate Edition” of the game will be able to access the beta servers of RDR 2 Online tomorrow.
Starting November 28th, RDR 2 fans who played the game on launch day will get access to the beta servers and on November 30th, everyone who owns a copy of RDR 2 will get access to the online servers.
A Multiplayer Experience
The interesting thing about RDR 2 Online is that Rockstar Games has yet to announce what the game will actually be like. The only thing that Rockstar Games has said about the online mode is the following statement: “RDR 2 Online is an evolution of the class multiplayer experience in the original Red Dead Redemption, blending narrative with competitive and cooperative gameplay in fun new ways”.
A Promise of Constant Updates
We should also mention that Rockstar Games has promised that the online game will receive constant updates, just like GTA 5, so that players don’t bored of the game too quick. These updates will probably focus on introducing new missions and modes to play the game.