And with this week being the final week of the month time is running out for Red Dead Redemption 2 Online to get released imminently.
- Thursday, November 29: All players who played Red Dead Redemption 2 on October 26th according to our data.
Red Dead Online will next open up to launch day buyers on Wednesday, Nov. 28, then on Thursday the multiplayer mode beta will open to anyone who played the game between October 26 and October 29.
According to a post on ComicBook.com, a small number of players have started registering RDR2 Online achievements.
To make things easier to understand, here is a list going over when people will be able to play Red Dead Online.
Red Dead Online will release beginning Tuesday, first as a beta, with a full launch to follow.
If you're like me, then you've spent the past month playing Red Dead Redemption 2 nearly every day and you're still nowhere close to getting 100% in the game (I'm at around 92%, but I know the "Kill Small Animals" challenge is probably going to break me).
Red Dead Redemption 2 Online is one of the most eagerly anticipated launches for the remainder of 2018.
If you want to play solo, that's absolutely fine. Rockstar also promises treasure hunts, random skirmishes on the plains, and missions starring familiar characters.
The Wild West is about to get a whole lot wilder. From there, the site will verify your hard work and reward you with a coupon for a free Western Whopper.
"Access to Red Dead Online is free to anyone with a copy of Red Dead Redemption 2 on either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One".
However as Grand Theft Auto Online enters its 5th year of support, with massive updates including hover bikes and cars, and new heists involving nuclear threats, grinding has become so great it's nearly unrealistic upon its player base, to the point of which purchased cash is nearly essential. You can choose to ignore them if you wish, or join them with other players.