Rockstar Games has detailed a brand new replace for Red Dead Online, the multiplayer part of Red Dead Redemption 2, and it consists of what’s, for all intents and functions, a battle royale mode. As detailed on Rockstar’s website, Gun Rush is described as a gameplay mode that can “put your survival instincts to the test.” Players are tasked with gathering weapons and ammunition whereas the play space shrinks.
Obviously, because the play space shrinks, individuals shall be pushed nearer collectively and compelled to take one another out, with one participant in the end rising because the victorious sole survivor. Gun Rush is accessible for as much as 32 gamers, and might be performed in free-for-all and group variations.
The Rockstar web site goes on to disclose that Red Dead Online will stay in beta kind “for a few more months” as its developer has “many more new gameplay features to add across the board as well as further changes to improve, stabilize and refine the overall experience.” You can examine among the new additions on their way to Red Dead Online here.
Red Dead Redemption 2 was awarded GameSpot’s Game of the Year for 2018. Writing concerning the recreation, senior evaluations editor Kallie Plagge mentioned, “It’s hard to shake the kind of connection you develop with Red Dead Redemption 2’s world and characters. It’s a game that can try your patience, for sure, but it simply wouldn’t be the same if it didn’t. It’s an unforgettable experience that challenges your expectations as often as it meets or exceeds them, and there’s no question that it’s our Game of the Year.”
Rockstar Games, in the meantime, appears to already be trying to the longer term. New job listings for unannounced titles, which the corporate has described as “next-generation” projects, have appeared.