Nothing has been confirmed as of writing but, with the incredible popularity of GTA Online, you should expect something very similar when heading for another go-around in the Wild West. This is likely to be followed by multiplayer footage from Red Dead Redemption 2 Online at a later date.
Expect them to be mainstays upon release, along with the possibility of Dutch's gang bleeding into multiplayer with some sort of clan/squad element. The company has also revealed the box art for Red Dead Redemption 2, with the star of the game unsurprisingly taking center stage.
The world's first-ever previews for Red Dead Redemption 2 - the highly-anticipated sequel to Rockstar Games' classic open-world western shooter have hit the internet.
The trailer's YouTube description also provides plenty more details as to what players can expect the plot of the game will be. While RDR was set in 1911, years after the frontier era had ended, Red Dead Redemption 2 is set in 1899, the period in which the remnant of the Old West drew its last ragged breaths. Among the new info is confirmation that the Honor System from the previous game will be making a comeback, keeping track of the good and bad actions you carry out as protagonist Arthur Morgan, as well as claims that the world will be a fully realised, living, breathing one. In this hard situation in which we find a gang of Dutch van der Linde, of which John Marston (spoiler!) driven to suicide in the last game. "Those who will not surrender or succumb are killed", it reads. To survive, the gang must rob, steal and fight their way across the rugged heartland of America. However, deepening internal divisions threaten to tear the gang apart, and Arthur must make a choice between his own ideals and loyalty to the gang who raised him. Until then, let the fan theories begin.
Overall, we get the impression that Red Dead Redemption 2 just might find a way to live up to the considerable hype that surrounds it.