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Title explains it all. I am REALLY hoping this is playable offline on pc bc not everyone has a good internet connection all the time unfortunately.

 

I tried looking around but all I could find were questions and answers related to the console version.

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1 hour ago, NastyNatives said:

I have never been a fan of single player missions.

Online missions are so much fun and getting into PVP is good as well!

I uh...............am not sure how to respond to that bc it has nothing to do with what I was asking.

 

Also screw your multiplayer. You and people like you are killing singleplayer games by incentivizing companies to pump out endless low effort MP content instead of giving us content that can be enjoyed at our own pace that has been carefully handcrafted by talented developers. Rockstar used to be one of the absolute best developers out there before people like you ruined it for everyone. Multiplayer is fine. Dumping endless amounts of money into it causing MP to become the sole focus is not.

 

I know its off topic but I've been furious about the rise of multiplayer at the expense of excellent singleplayer especially with rockstar that I can't help it.

 

I'd do almost ANYTHING to get expansions for Red Dead 2. Especially since I've always enjoyed RD infinitely more than GTA.

 

2 hours ago, Cliffs said:

Turn off your internet and find out?

 

Probably will try that sometime. I really shouldn't have to, you know? That kind of information should definitely be out there. Hopefully since it will work on consoles offline the same goes for pc.

 

 

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My guess is no. You will not be able to play RDR2 Online mode offline. 
 

1 hour ago, Dedmosh said:

Probably will try that sometime. I really shouldn't have to, you know? That kind of information should definitely be out there. Hopefully since it will work on consoles offline the same goes for pc.


However, if you can do that on the console version, then I'd imagine you could also do it on the PC version. I have RDR2 on the PS4. I never tried doing that when playing online mode. I recently got RDR2 for PC and played it a tiny bit. Have not done online mode on PC yet. Just hadn't had time yet.


 

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42 minutes ago, Volt said:

My guess is no. You will not be able to play RDR2 Online mode offline. 
 


However, if you can do that on the console version, then I'd imagine you could also do it on the PC version. I have RDR2 on the PS4. I never tried doing that when playing online mode. I recently got RDR2 for PC and played it a tiny bit. Have not done online mode on PC yet. Just hadn't had time yet.


 

If you are playing the multiplayer part of this game (as in online) then of course you need internet. he means the story mode offline.

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13 minutes ago, Cliffs said:

If you are playing the multiplayer part of this game (as in online) then of course you need internet. he means the story mode offline.

Opps, I misunderstood. 

I found this response on R* support page. 
 

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Playing games offline from the Rockstar Games Launcher

Created September 17, 2019Updated September 20, 2019
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Question: Can I play games offline using the Rockstar Games Launcher?

Answer: Story mode generally does not require an internet connection to play. Some games or game modes may require an internet connection for activation and/or gameplay. In addition, you may be required to connect in order to sync any progress or save files with the Rockstar Cloud or ensure that the game files are up to date.


https://support.rockstargames.com/articles/360035474074/Playing-games-offline-from-the-Rockstar-Games-Launcher

 

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5 hours ago, Dedmosh said:

I uh...............am not sure how to respond to that bc it has nothing to do with what I was asking.

Also screw your multiplayer. You and people like you are killing singleplayer games by incentivizing companies to pump out endless low effort MP content instead of giving us content that can be enjoyed at our own pace that has been carefully handcrafted by talented developers. Rockstar used to be one of the absolute best developers out there before people like you ruined it for everyone. Multiplayer is fine. Dumping endless amounts of money into it causing MP to become the sole focus is not.

I know its off topic but I've been furious about the rise of multiplayer at the expense of excellent singleplayer especially with rockstar that I can't help it.

I'd do almost ANYTHING to get expansions for Red Dead 2. Especially since I've always enjoyed RD infinitely more than GTA.

Probably will try that sometime. I really shouldn't have to, you know? That kind of information should definitely be out there. Hopefully since it will work on consoles offline the same goes for pc.

I posted this the other day in another thread but...  RDR2 stands as one of the best single player games in ages that took ~3,000 people over 7 years to create with a main story script of about 2,000 pages long, about 500,000 lines of dialogue, over 2,000 days of motion capture work, etc.   The level of detail in RDR2 sets a benchmark in the gaming industry IMO.  It was also a resounding success in sales and with the critics. 

That doesn't sound like a company to me who has given up on creating single player experiences or has sacrificed SP for MP.   In fact, R* still stands as one of the few out there that do it right IMO and they tell us time and time again in interviews how committed they are to SP campaigns.   .....while other companies trim theirs down or chose to remove them (often backfiring I might add).

RDR2 is a huge, complete and robust campaign that tells a complete story as a prequel to RDR1.  RDO is a continuation of the game as you become the main character and choose your path in the RDR2 world.  A lot of the missions that are made available still tie into the main game. 

R* has done a lot to create an environment for all types of players including those preferring to play solo.  It really has little in common with GTAO in that regard and is still evolving.

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