Red Dead Redemption 2 Goes Online, Like GTA 5

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Gamers waiting for indication that Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming our way are excited as the domain has been registered by the publisher of GTA, so does this mean it’s coming?

Take-Two is said to have registered the domain name Red Dead Online and Rockstar were teasing about a new game when they showed two images over social media, which suggested that there is going to be a big announcement coming soon.

Of course a Red Dead Redemption 2 game with a big significant online portion of the game wouldn’t be such a surprise. Rockstar would want to make use of the GTA Online template for the game due to the fact that they managed to generate more than $500 million in Q1 of this year.

The online multiplayer of Red Dead Redemption came with the deathmatch modes with 16 players; however GTA Online has millions of players each day and is supported with monthly free content, something which Red Dead Redemption 2 may also support.

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