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Leak: Red Dead Online Could Feature Rockstar Editor, Adversary and PvE Mode


The Red Dead Redemption 2 Companion App has revealed new details on Red Dead Online: analyzing the source code, some dataminers have in fact discovered references to the online sector of RDR2.

The launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 has completely catalyzed the world of video games and after a few days, the title of Rockstar is still the most talked about on the internet. The companion app, in particular, has turned into a valuable source of information, which for example has revealed the PC version as well (not yet confirmed from official publishers though).

Not only that, because by looking among the files of the data miners, or dataminer for those who just hate their language, they have also discovered some of the possible contents of Red Dead Online, the online mode of Red Dead Redemption 2.

For example, it has emerged that there may be an Adversary mode styled to that of GTA Online. It is not yet known how it will work, but it could be very similar to that of the aforementioned counterparty. It also seems that Red Dead Online will allow private sessions and will have a PvE mode. Here too, no details are given and nothing that could not be easily speculated, but at least there is a first confirmation.

Finally, it was discovered that in Red Dead Online there will be the Rockstar Editor, a very popular feature that will be available to everyone.

November is the month chosen by Rockstar Games for the launch of Red Dead Online Beta, accessible by all owners of Red Dead Redemption 2. The new blockbuster game was released on Friday, October 26 on PS4 and Xbox One, analysts say the game could sell 17 million copies this year, we will certainly know more in the next few hours.

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