All of this is a long-winded way of saying that Rockstar Games' latest offering - which has gained universal critical acclaim - has pretty much everything one might want in an open world game about the dying days of the Wild West.
Red Dead Online will be available to all owners of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PS4 and Xbox One, with several items exclusive to PS4 owners for a 30 day period. Back in June, VG24/7 reported on a Rockstar developer who (temporarily) made reference to working on a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 on their LinkedIn profile.More news: IPhone XR now available from T
For now, Rockstar has stayed silent on the topic, but a new report from Rockstar Intel suggests that files found in the code of the Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app are all but confirming a PC release.
While using cheats can indeed make the game easier or fun for some, players should take note that doing so will disable trophies and achievements. In the first game, all you had to do was pitch camp, and the option presented itself. All the upgrades will cost you around $600.More news: NYC Police Investigate Suspicious Package Meant for Robert De Niro
Unlocking the fast travel system is not as straightforward as you might expect. Once you've entered the code you can then use it again later as it will be saved. While it seems obvious that the Rockstar Editor would be added, Rockstar Games hasn't mentioned it, and until we get official confirmation I wouldn't go betting your house on it.
Initiating fast-travel to a location shows a relatively lengthy cutscene of Arthur mounting on his horse and riding towards his destination. All maps that you already discovered is where you can only fast travel. Otherwise, fast travel will not work. This feature doesn't exactly equate to "fast travel", but lets you ride between waypoints while you take a break from the controller.More news: Five takeaways from the Lakers' 121-114 win over the Denver Nuggets