UPDATE ONE : Red Dead Redemption 2 Online players have reported strange problems hitting servers on weekends along with PS4 connection issues.
A mass grave of dead horses has spawned in some servers without any apparent context. Wildlife and NPCs have also been reported missing by some, while ambient sounds from the missing have remained.
A user reports: "Every ten minutes a stagecoach without rider appears and the only ones shown are shop owners in their place, sometimes not, but missions won't start. No more animals, not even small When I played yesterday, when only a few NPCs are on the street in terms of story mode. "
Some players who were affected by these strange Red Dead Online issues have said some issues have now disappeared from servers; However, it is unclear whether this is the case for everyone.
ORIGINAL : Red Dead Redemption 2 Online becomes more important updates in 201
Right now, fans can enjoy a wealth of new content, including new story missions, dynamic free roam events and the launch of Poker online.
Fans have been won over by the new missions and things to do, but they are also happy to see Rockstar tackle the griefing issues online.
And there are some other good reasons to log in this weekend, as Red Dead Online players will be gifted 15 Gold Bars, as well as a 25% XP increase on A Land of Opportunities, Free Roam Missions / Events, Showdown Modes and Races.
Treasure Hunters will also find 25% extra Cash and Gold in Chests containing them, so it's a great c ombo of bonuses to get you back into the Wild West.
And new Red Dead Redemption 2 updates are also scheduled for the rest of May 2019. New Free Roam characters and Showdown modes have been confirmed, some of which will launch on May 21.
PS4 players can also look forward to more accessible content that has not yet been revealed.
Head for Hills Showdown Mode will also be launched before the end of the month followed by the public Enemy Showdown Mode and the Railroad Baron Free Roam Event in June.
And here's what comes in July and then, with Rockstar Games affirming in a new sentence: "From the summer, players will be able to take the first three of a number of new roles: track wanted criminals as a bounty hunter; Search the world for tax and other exotic things to sell as a collector; or build a business in the camp as a trader and more.
"Every new role will bring a number of unique gameplay along with a wealth of new outfits, weapons and other rewards to serve . Players will have the opportunity to focus on a particular role to promote quickly and unlock each role's unique attributes or at the same time move across multiple roles while playing naturally to create your own unique character and way through the border.
It follows shock rumors linking Rockstar Games with a new disclosure during E3 2019. In a post that has since been deleted on Reddit, a user claimed that Rockstar would blind fans with a big message.
This would be surprising as while Rockstar has been associated with major disclosures during the LA expo before, they have never announced anything big under one.
But having waited six years since the original release of GTA 5, the timing seems right for the GTA 6 news. The same Reddit user claims to work for a company that builds a landing page for the Rockstar parent company Take-Two.
This is the same unannounced game that is said to come to E3 2019, and while a GTA 6 reveal would be the dream scene, some fans believe Bully 2 could be the next game on Rockstar's books.
This follows other rumors that have linked Rockstar Games with the launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC. The original Red Dead Redemption never made the leap, and the players are desperate to see the sequel announced to see what it can achieve on the platform.
And there is no doubt that the modding community claws to test their abilities. New reports this week will give PC players hope that a port will be worked on for news on a newly found one.
An official Linked In page has been found for a physicist who shows Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC as a project they have worked with console versions.
It's not official evidence that Rockstar Games is currently working on RDR2 for PC, but it can only be seen as a good sign that something is happening.
All these latest reports have to be taken with a big cut of salt, since Rockstar has not announced any of RDR2 on PC or GTA 6.
What we probably know is that Red Dead Redemption 2 Online just took a massive leap on the road to becoming what players originally hoped for.