Rockstar Games has released a standalone version of Red Dead Online for those who don’t already own Red Dead Redemption 2. It’s now available to download from the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, Rockstar Games Launcher, Epic Games Store, and Steam.
The news was revealed last week that this version of the game would be coming out, but Rockstar has also released some new trailers to hype up the standalone release.
The first trailer gives players a glimpse into the new Bounty Hunter role, which lets folks live out their dreams of tracking down criminals in the wild west. As for the other video, it simply shows off some of the missions from Red Dead Online and what new players will expect going in.
You can watch both of them down below:
Here’s a description of the game from its PSN store listing:
Forge your own path as you battle lawmen, outlaw gangs and ferocious wild animals to build a life on the American frontier. Build a camp, ride solo or form a posse and explore everything from the snowy mountains in the North to the swamps of the South, from remote outposts to busy farms and bustling towns.
Chase down bounties, hunt, fish and trade, search for exotic treasures, run your own underground Moonshine distillery, or become a Naturalist to learn the secrets of the animal kingdom and much more in a world of astounding depth and detail.
You can purchase the mode now for the introductory price of $4.99, but after Feb. 15, 2021, the price will increase to $19.99.
For more on Red Dead Redemption, you can check out this holiday gift guide for the Rockstar fan in your life or this story on the recently revealed sales figures for Red Dead Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto V.
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