Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the best open-world games of all time, and its Online counterpart has largely been divisive thanks to an incredibly slow start plus a short amount of updates. While updates have been more frequent in 2020 with the latest revolving around Bounty Hunters, Rockstar have also made the decision to release a Standalone version. Some people are asking if Red Dead Online Standalone is crossplay and cross platform, and here you’ll discover its price and how to buy on Steam, PS4, and Xbox One.
The newest update for the game has brought about a fresh Bounty Hunter license plus the fourth Outlaw Pass. This new pass includes fresh items and rewards such as cold weather clothing, satchels, skill pamphlets, and more, but not every cowboy is head over heels in love with the update.
Still, if you haven’t played Red Dead Redemption 2 before and fancy buying its Online component as a Standalone product, below you’ll discover its price and whether it is crossplay.
Red Dead Online Standalone price
The price for Red Dead Online Standalone is £4.49.
This price for Red Dead Online is said to be an introductory fee that will only be applicable until February 15th, 2021.
You can buy it from Steam or the Epic Games store on PC, and it is also available on the Microsoft store as well as PSN.
If you’ve gotten your hands on a PS5 and Xbox Series X, Rockstar says that the Standalone product is backwards compatible just like the base game.
For those who don’t buy Red Dead Online Standalone until after February 15th next year, the £4.49 fee will be increased to £17.99.
Does Red Dead Online Standalone have cross platform multiplayer?
Red Dead Online Standalone does not have crossplay or cross platform multiplayer.
There is no crossplay or cross platform multiplayer in Red Dead Online Standalone, which may disappoint newcomers looking to visit the Wild West.
The inability to play with friends on other platforms and consoles isn’t surprising as it’s not available in Grand Theft Auto V either.
Still, the lack of crossplay isn’t fantastic news as – speaking from a PlayStation perspective – the Online world is often barren and devoid of players to mess around with.