And with this week being the final week of the month time is running out for Red Dead Redemption 2 Online to get released imminently. In case you didn't know, Red Dead Online will be free for everyone who owns Red Dead Redemption 2.
Tomorrow will see Red Dead Online going live with its beta, delivering the first phase in Red Dead Redemption 2's multiplayer component.
According to a post on ComicBook.com, a small number of players have started registering RDR2 Online achievements.
Red Dead Online-which I'm sure we will all be calling RDO soon enough-is "built from the ground up for the latest hardware" and "blends the classic multiplayer of the original Red Dead Redemption with the best of everything we have learned since then about creating deep multiplayer experiences", Rockstar said.
If that's the case, and testing is now taking place, then maybe Rockstar Games are gearing up for an imminent release date.
Once you're eligible to play the beta, you'll be able to get access by choosing the Online option in the top right of the title menu. On Wednesday, it will open up to anyone who played the game when it launched on 26th October, and the following day it will be available for anyone who played the game between 26th and 29th October.
After nearly no information about Red Dead Online from Rockstar, it appears as if the online counterpart to Red Dead Redemption 2 will launch tomorrow.
It's also likely that heists might make something of a reprisal in Red Dead Redemption Online, with the amount of enter-able banks throughout the lands of the game world. Rockstar also promises treasure hunts, random skirmishes on the plains, and missions starring familiar characters.
In other words, you may have to wait until Saturday to jump in if you put off buying the game in the first place.