We've known for a while Red Dead Redemption 2's online beta was going to drop sometime in late November, but now Rockstar has announced official dates.
It's also likely that heists might make something of a reprisal in Red Dead Redemption Online, with the amount of enter-able banks throughout the lands of the game world. On Monday, Rockstar Games confirmed that Red Dead Online - the free online mode for the recently released Red Dead Redemption 2 - will begin rolling out this week.
All players who played Red Dead Redemption 2 on October 26th according to our data.
Just when it seemed as though Rockstar were gearing up to delay Red Dead Online's original November launch date, it has been revealed that the mode will kick off in beta form Tuesday, November 27, at 1:30PM BST. On Wednesday, it will open up to anyone who played the game when it launched on 26th October, and the following day it will be available for anyone who played the game between 26th and 29th October.
Those who played Red Dead Redemption 2 in the first weekend can play on November 29.
CD Projekt Red has also learned from its experience with The Witcher 3, which launched with a number of bugs.
Let us know in the comments if you're planning on playing Red Dead Online this week for yourself.
If you want one for yourself - maybe get one made of your horse - UnshiftedToast is taking commissions. The developer is purposefully staggering the online mode's launch, however, so this is where it gets a little bit complicated.
Thankfully, you'll be able to team up with up to seven other players for a total of eight. You can choose to ignore them if you wish, or join them with other players.
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