Take-Two - parent company to Rockstar Games - has revealed a bunch of figures for both Red Dead Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto V confirming, unsurprisingly, that both games are doing exceedingly well.
Red Dead Online, the Red Dead Redemption 2 multiplayer component is set to launch very soon. "Looking ahead, we have a strong development pipeline across our labels and are exceedingly well positioned for long-term growth and margin expansion", said Take-Two's CEO and Chairman Strauss Zelnick. Obviously, that isn't as specific as we'd all like, but it does narrow things down a bit nonetheless.
We all know that Red Dead Redemption 2 online beta was coming this month, but with any title that provides an online beta, there's always that doubt in your mind if it will be pushed back or not. It's going to be insane at launch with many players looking to get right into beta.
His refusal to make predictions was in response to a question about how Mr Zelnick expected the launch of Red Dead Online to compare to GTA Online. Set in the RDR2 game world, it's described as an evolution of the original game's multiplayer experience.
"It will launch in public beta towards the end of the month - Rockstar will have a lot more to say about it".
You may have not noticed them because you can't see them while playing Red Dead Redemption 2.