Red Dead Redemption Online players are already descending into anarchy

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With the start of Red Dead Online's beta period today - which will first be coming to players that own the Ultimate Edition of the game - Rockstar Games has also officially opened up support pages for players to leave their feedback and comments on their Red Dead Online experiences.

Explore the world solo or with friends.

Finally, the Red Dead Online beta opens up to everyone who owns Red Dead Redemption 2 on November 30.

You can team up with your pals to complete missions or simply grief the locals as you would in single player.

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The five states of Red Dead Redemption 2's extraordinary map will be available to explore in Red Dead Online

Instead, Rockstar Games hopes to let players to keep their Red Dead Online game progress as developers continue to work out the bugs and performance issues in the online world. "We look forward to working with our unbelievable and dedicated community to share ideas, help us fix teething problems and work with us to develop Red Dead Online into something really fun and innovative". On Wednesday, players who played the game on October 26th will gain access.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is available for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most polished games this generation which is probably why they want the online aspect to follow a similar path. Rockstar will release more information on the specifics of Red Dead Online in the next few days, so stay tuned.

We'll have an early impressions report as soon as we've had a decent go on it, but how long exactly the game is going to stay in beta is as much a mystery as anything at the moment. Players will be able to participate in fishing, hunting, treasure hunting posses, and camps. If that sounds awfully like a Battle Royale, that's because that's precisely what it is. It's called Make It Count and features 32 players using bows and arrows in pursuit of being the last player standing. The multiplayer component, Red Dead Online, is just barely fulfilling its promise of releasing in November.

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