Red Dead Redemption 2 Online (or Red Dead Online, for short) will offer players a unique online experience. And according to Rockstar, the two games will be developed independently of each other – as if they were 2 Different Games! Hey guys, Aaron here with A/C Gaming, and while I’m super excited for RDR2, I’m also excited for Red Dead Online. So in this video, let’s talk about Red Dead Redemption 2, Red Dead Online, and how the games will develop post-launch. So first off, let’s talk a little bit about Red Dead Redemption 2 single-player. RDR2 offers an immersive journey across the American Frontier with beautiful graphics, smooth gameplay mechanics, and tremendous attention to detail. We’ve talked in recent videos this week about some of the details regarding: animals, the dynamic Weather System, the newly-refined Honor and Wanted Systems, and much more. But even then, that’s just skimming the surface. The sheer amount of detail in RDR2 has me excited out of my mind to play this game! And Rockstar has said that they intend to update and add more content to Red Dead Redemption 2 after the game’s launch. But what I really want to talk about in this video is Red Dead Online. Starting this November, Rockstar plans to roll-out an open beta for Red Dead Redemption 2’s Online Multiplayer, allowing us to play with our friends, and meet new friends as we explore the American Frontier. And according to RDR2’s Design Director, Imran Sarwar, Rockstar is treating Red Dead Redemption 2 single-player, and multiplayer as two separate products. The single-player and multiplayer components will “grow and evolve independently of each other.” And this is super exciting! It means we’re going to keep getting new content in Red Dead Online, even after we’ve completed Red Dead Redemption 2 Single Player. Rockstar is treating Red Dead Online very similarly to the way they handled GTA V Online. However, it’s important to remember that GTA V is a last-gen game ported to current-gen consoles. However, Red Dead Online will be a current-gen game on current-gen consoles. This means Rockstar is going to be able to do way more in Red Dead Online than they were ever capable of doing in GTA V Online. Guys, I hope you enjoyed hearing about RDR2 and Red Dead Online, and how they will essentially be two different games. If you enjoyed this video, and want more RDR2 content, feel free to Subscribe! And be sure to let me know in the Comments: Are you more excited for Red Dead Redemption 2 single-player, or Red Dead Online? Let me know in the Comments section below! Once again, I’m Aaron with A/C Gaming. And as always, thanks for watching!