Red Dead Online is officially out of beta testing and is beginning to earn its stripe as a fully-fledged online game. But with such a massive open-world to explore in Red Dead Redemption 2’s single-player story, why should you be excited about the game’s online mode?
Rockstar’s open-world Western game, a prequel to 2010’s Red Dead Redemption, was released to wide critical acclaim last year and was all anyone could talk about for months on end.
While you might have expected an online mode to be live from the game’s successful launch, it makes sense that Rockstar wants you to focus on the main story – and boy is there a lot of it – before waltzing into a less narrative-driven multiplayer experience in Red Dead Online.
Rockstar has proved itself at converting a massive single-player game into a lively online experience, as shown in the launch of GTA Online in 2013, which has become almost as massive a phenome
o what can you expect from Red Dead Online, and how can you access it?
UPDATE: In the latest Red Dead Online update, Rockstar has announced latest Legendary Bounty. Keep reading to find out more.
Red Dead Online update news and patch notes
- What’s new? Legendary Bounty – Cecil C. Tucker
The latest Red Dead Online update has announced the latest Legendary Bounty: Cecil C. Tucker.
You can now pursue the latest Legendary Bounty, arsonist and murderer Cecil C. Tucker, last seen with the Lemoyne Raiders around Fort Brennand just north of St. Denis. Licensed Bounty Hunters can take on this mission by approaching the nearest Bounty Board and selecting it.
In addition, there’s plenty of role-specific rewards to be had. Licensed Bounty Hunters will receive fiveTracking Arrows; Traders will get five Potent Predator Bait and five Potent Herbivore Bait; while Collectors will receive three Collectible
Completing a 3-day Role Daily Challenge streak will reward you with an exclusive tint of the Folwell Hat.
Red Dead Online: tips and tricks guides
The wild west is dog eat dog. So make sure you’re not the mutt of the litter with our Red Dead Redemption 2 guides, which cover everything from fishing and hunting to mini-games and weapons.
Red Dead Online: how to access
It doesn’t take much to jump into Red Dead Redemption 2’s online mode.
You can access Red Dead Online by selecting the ‘Online’ option from the Red Dead Redemption 2 title menu ( which you can find at the top-right hand side of the screen).
You then pick which online mode you would like to play and you’re ready to get started.
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Source : TechRadar