In Red Dead Online, players will be able to create their own character, select certain abilities and then explore the entire world.
Red Dead Online will feature an open world and include numerous same aspects of the single player game, including animals, support for hunting, fishing, treasuring hunting, posses, camps and different competitive modes.
Those who played Red Dead Redemption 2 on launch day will get to play on Wednesday, November 28th.
Classic gunfight modes where players have unlimited lives.
Rather than flinging open the gates and watching cowboys trample each other underhoof in their race to murder each other, Rockstar has separated Red Dead Redemption 2 players into groups and is rolling the mode out over the next few days.
For over a month, we've been robbing and looting across Red Dead Redemption 2's vast and lawless frontier on our own. Crucially, it confirmed a battle royale mode called Make It Count, but it comes with a twist.
Thursday, Nov. 29 - All who played Red Dead 2 (even a little) anywhere between October 26 and October 29.
The download size of this new patch for Red Dead Redemption 2 is around 5.4 GB on the PS4.
Red Dead Online went live on Tuesday, November 27 and players are already out and about earning achievements in the game.
According to a report by The Verge, Red Dead Redemption 2's online will be available for Ultimate Edition owners earlier than others.
The Red Dead Online beta is not an open beta, however. A battle royale mode was previously rumored and it looks like a new leak may confirm its existence. It's a last-man-standing game where 32 players face off against each other as the play area shrinks.
Demonstrate your personal specialty in this free-for-all or team based match: the trickier the weapon you use to land the killing blow, the more points you get.
Red Dead Redemption 2 Online will certainly be a hit among players if Grand Theft Auto Online is anything to go by.