Fans can look forward to a brand new update dropping for Red Dead Redemption 2 Online in the near future that will add a very exciting single-player feature.
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Rockstar has announced that while it will continue to offer smaller patches throughout Spring, a much larger patch is being worked on.
And this is good news for fans who have been waiting for more story missions and other activities on PS4 and Xbox One.
From what has been confirmed by the development team so far, new Showdown Modes and Racing Modes will be arriving throughout April.
These will be more like the stuff already available in the game and will likely be paired with new cosmetic items.
However, this will be followed by a much larger update that has yet to be given a Red Dead Online release date.
The good news is that Rockstar has confirmed it will arrive during Spring 2019, meaning it has to launch before the end of June.
Unfortunately, the big Red Dead 2 update will not arrive in March and sounds like it could be being planned for early May, rather than April.
But plans can change and we could see something much bigger arrive in the coming weeks then we first thought.
So the countdown for the new content can begin for fans hungry to do something new on PS4 and Xbox.
More A Land of Opportunities Missions will be part of the big update, where fans will get to continue Jessica LeClerk’s search for revenge as you explore the path of a Gunslinger or an Outlaw
This will launch alongside new Free Roam Mission givers and mission types, with Rockstar hinting at some single player cameos.
Red Dead Online is set in the years before the single player story so expect to encounter a range of new and familiar faces, they have warned.
One of the main standout additions will be a feature that has worked so well in single-player to make it fun to play.
The introduction of dynamic events will no doubt help fill up the empty online world and will certainly add more flavour to roaming the West.
Players will be able to fight off ambushes, initiate rescues, defend folks in need and more as you travel across the world.
And there are hints that bigger features are being worked on for the rest of 2019, with Rockstar explaining in a new statement: “In the coming months, we will continue to add features and content that will allow players to immerse themselves in the world of Red Dead Online in brand new ways as they choose what kind of life they will make for themselves in frontier America.”
This will come as welcome news to fans hoping to see Red Dead Online catch up with GTA Online when it comes to content.
“Our experience of building other online worlds has helped us create a more evolved foundation for the open spaces of Red Dead Online, but the world of Red Dead Online will evolve in its own unique direction – one in which players have greater freedom to customize their play style uniquely over time, allowing them to sink into the world and their character and feel more connected to the experience of living as cowboys, outlaws and gunslingers in the wilds of 19th century America,” Rockstar adds.