Red Dead Redemption 2 online beta expected to launch this month

Red Dead Redemption 2 online beta expected to launch this month

The game was eight years in the making with a staff of almost 2,000.

With Red Dead Redemption 2 shifting 17 million units worldwide on PS4 and Xbox One, investors last night were keen to hear about a possible PC release.

Red Dead Redemption 2 publisher Take-Two may be proud of the game's successful launch, but it won't give any hints as to when or if the game is getting a release on PC.

Take-Two also shared some other interesting figures about Rockstar's latest epic.

"It will launch in public beta towards the end of the month - Rockstar will have a lot more to say about it".

Digitally-delivered revenue grew 18 percent to $358.4 million and made up for 73 percent of the total revenue, with the company noting that the split between digital download sales and physical sales are moving faster than initially anticipated.

Handler raised his price target for the game maker's stock to $160 from $145.

Handler's new price target implies about 33% upside to Take-Two shares.

A friend who is playing Red Dead Redemption 2 might have a status report next to their name that states they are "moseying in Horseshoe Overlook" or "ambling in Clemens Point".

It's perhaps worth pointing out that murdering suffragettes in Red Dead Redemption 2 actually lowers your Honor rating, while attacking members of the Ku Klux Klan improves it, so there's definitely a message that Rockstar wants to get across. "All of this reinforces our thesis that TTWO is transforming into a more recurring, predictable and profitable model".

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