If you were curious how Red Dead would play as a multiplayer game, you are about to find out. Hopefully, it’s better received than Fallout 76. Rockstar Games is launching the beta for Red Dead Online this week. Anyone who bought the Ultimate Edition will get the first chance to play online on November 27th. After that, it depends on when you’ve played. People who’ve played RDR2 on November 26th will get to try Online as of the 28th, while those who played on the game’s launch weekend (October 26th through 29th) can play on the 29th. Everyone else will have to wait until November 30th to play it.
This gradual rollout will likely prevent any problems. No one wants the servers to go down when you are enjoying a new online game. Red Dead Online could be promising if all goes well with the launch. You can form a posse that can take on missions, fight rival gangs or just explore the world of the core game, including hunting and fishing.
It will be interesting to see what happens with this version of the game. It will likely be a huge hit since Rockstar always delivers a quality product to gamers.
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