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Red Dead Online Beta End Date

Red Dead Online Beta End Date

Red Dead Redemption 2 has just gotten its multiplayer expansion, letting players experience the Wild West with others online. The online mode is currently still in beta, but everyone has a chance to play. Here’s everything you need to know about the Red Dead Online beta end date.

For a quick recap, the Red Dead Online beta started earlier this week. Those who bought the Ultimate Edition had access to the online mode first, followed by those who played on launch day, then those who played during the launch weekend.

As of Nov. 30, any player can access the multiplayer mode so long as they have a copy of the original game. On top of that, this mode is completely free for those who have Redemption 2.

If you still don’t have a copy of the game, you’re probably in luck. Rockstar still hasn’t given the official word on when they plan on shutting down the Red Dead Online beta. Players can roam the Wild West to their heart’s content without having to worry about an end date.

That said, it’s still unsure whether Rockstar does plan on keeping the Red Dead Online beta open until it transitions into the full version. Whatever the case, we will be updating this post with more details as soon as we learn more.

The open beta brings back the same action from Redemption 2, but mixes things up with a few surprises. For one, you can actually embark on special story missions with friends or randoms. You can form groups called Posses with your pals and fight other groups as well.

There are also special Free Roam events as well as player-versus-player missions you can take on alone or with others. Red Dead Online will continue to expand with new features as the beta goes on, so there will be plenty of other activities to look forward to.

That’s basically everything you need to know about the Red Dead Online beta end date. If you’re looking for some tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.

Here are a few guides to help you get started:’

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