There will be stages to Red Dead Online Beta's accessibility with everyone being able to saddle up by Friday, November 30th.
Those who played Red Dead Redemption 2 on launch day can play on November 28.
Just when it seemed as though Rockstar were gearing up to delay Red Dead Online's original November launch date, it has been revealed that the mode will kick off in beta form Tuesday, November 27, at 1:30PM BST. This is about the same shape of Rockstar's other brand name online playground, GTA Online, which hosts up to 30 players at one time with 2 additional spots for spectators.
We don't really know all that much about Red Dead Online yet. 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. "We look forward to working with our incredible 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". The Verge is reporting that the beta will begin tomorrow for some users, with Rockstar opting for a staggered release of the mode. Rockstar tells Variety that you'll be able to create posses to ride with friends, take on some number of narrative-driven missions, and do all the hunting and fishing you could in the main game. You can even lasso your pals and hogtie them for a bit of BDSM fun. However, it is likely to be similar to GTA Online.
However as Grand Theft Auto Online enters its 5th year of support, with massive updates including hover bikes and cars, and new heists involving nuclear threats, grinding has become so great it's nearly unrealistic upon its player base, to the point of which purchased cash is nearly essential.