Red Dead Redemption 2 could be getting major new Red Dead Online DLC that long-time RDR players will love.
It’s been almost one year since Red Dead Redemption 2 was first released, and in that time Rockstar Games has released plenty of big updates.
From the Red Dead Online mode to the recently released summer update, Rockstar has released a number of RDR2 downloads that have sent fans wild.
And the next big Red Dead Redemption 2 release could be getting teased by Rockstar Games right now.
Recently Red Dead Online players have spotted some creepy goings-on in the PS4 and Xbox One hit.
As highlighted in a post on Reddit, a zombie-like woman has been spotted in the game’s swamp area.
It hasn’t been explained why this character exists and there doesn’t seem to be a way to interact with the NPC.
The appearance of the zombie has sparked speculation that, with Halloween around the corner, Rockstar could have a spooky RDR2 event lined-up.
And the obvious choice would be a brand new Undead Nightmare mode for Red Dead Online.
Undead Nightmare was a standalone expansion for the original Red Dead Redemption.
Released in October 2010, it added a zombie-themed single player campaign, multiplayer modes and spooky cosmetic changes to the environment.
GTA 5 Online has hosted Halloween events in addition to other themed events, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see RDR2 follow suit.
It remains to be seen if Rockstar Games drops any more teases, or more zombies, in Red Dead Online in the run-up to Halloween.
In other news earlier this week Rockstar Games released a brand new tool for PCs, the Rockstar Games Launcher.
This is a Windows app that lets fans access their Rockstar Games PC collection in a single place.
The launcher will house digital titles purchased from a variety of digital stores as well as physical disc-based titles.
Some have speculated that the Rockstar Games Launcher is being released ahead of the much rumoured Red Dead Redemption 2 PC launch.
And there could be proof hidden away in the Rockstar Games Launcher announcement that ties into the RDR2 PC release.
It’s been confirmed the Rockstar Games Launcher connects to a user’s Rockstar Games Social Club account and automatically downloads available updates.
This is interesting as the Social Club offers bonus rewards to GTA 5 Online and Red Dead Redemption 2 players.
So, having Social Club integration with the Rockstar Games launcher will be especially handy when Red Dead 2 finally hits PCs.
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