Rockstar Games have shared the latest Red Dead Redemption 2 Online just in time before the start of E3 2019. These changes include certain changes in terms of content for Red Dead Online on PS4 and Xbox One. There’s also the news on plans of Red Dead Redemption besides the fact that Red Dead Redemption 2 is heading towards to PC. Those who’ve been closely watching updates seem to be contented with the release of new content on PS4 and Xbox One, that includes the special one on RailRoad, Baron free roam event.
Those who play Red Dead Redemption 2 are in store for the adventures concerning rails and try to capture as many train cars as they can. This has to be done simultaneously fighting to maintain control of the active area for as long as one can. This makes Red Dead Online the most exciting game to play currently.
Fans were able to claim a free Bellerose Hat for their wardrobe. But we have some major news for you, besides the ones that you just read. Many things are being added later this year, such as new career paths. These additions will be done in Summer of 2019. This naturally means that these won’t drop during E3 2019.
While Rockstar Games never feature any official E3 plans; they do launch content during it. Recently, Take-Two chief executive Strauss Zelnick said there were “no downsides” to bringing the game to PC. This was an answer to a question raised by an investor stating that releasing Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC would be a “layup.” We do not have anything confirmed as of now, but let’s hope for the best.