New Red Dead Redemption 2 Online updates are scheduled in 2019, with Rockstar Games confirming some of its plans over the next few weeks.
This will include drip feed new content to Red Dead Online before another big multiplayer DLC release in June or July.
But before that happens, fans can enjoy new free strolls and some early access content on PS4.
Going out to the Adler Ranch in Ambarino will be reunited with one of the game's most prominent stories
Or, Red Dead Online fans can look for the infamous bullfighter Black Belle in Lemoyne.
Fans may also notice that an additional 25% RDO $ and Gold payouts apply to all A Land of Opportunities Missions, Free Roam Missions, Showdown Modes, Races and Free Roam Events this weekend.
Playing in a Posse this week also comes with some great benefits, so that gang members can earn five bonus Gold Bars, as well as better XP by completing missions together.
In terms of new content, Rockstar has confirmed that the Public Enemy Showdown Mode and the Railroad Baron Free Roam Events will arrive in June.
This will be followed by another great summer update that is not expected to release until the end of next month, or perhaps in early July.
Summer expansion will give jobs to the game, all of which offer different game options.
Fans also hope that property will be added to the game in the coming months, which turned out to be huge in GTA Online.
It seems very likely that the purchase of real estate will be a function that has been slowly rolled out by Rockstar 201
But at this time there is no guarantee that it will be clear by July, here is what we know is planned:
"From the summer, players will be able to take the first three of a number of new roles: track wanted criminals as a bounty hunter; search the world for treasures and other exotic things to sell as collectors; or build a business at camp as a trader and more.
"Every new role comes with a variety of unique games along with a host of new clothes, weapons and other benefits to serve. Players will have the opportunity to focus on a particular role in order to quickly develop and unlock each role's unique features or at the same time move over multiple roles when playing naturally to create your own unique character and way through the border.
Another big summer rumor is that Rockstar Games may be ready to announce a Red Dead Redemption 2 PC port.
An officially linked site has been found for a physics programmer who lists Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC as a project they have worked with, along with the console versions.
There have been other tips that RDR2 is coming to PC, including VR code found for the game.
It would be a great combination to get a great Summer DLC expansion and news about a Red Dead 2 PC edition.
But until Rockstar Games confirms it all, all this must be taken with a large pinch of salt.
A recent statement shared by the parent company Take-Two Interactive really suggests that Red Dead Online will be a major part of the company's plans for 2019.
"Red Dead Online is ready for success and net bookings grew in succession in fourth quarter …
The statement adds: "We are as excited as ever about the long-term possibility of Red Dead Online. During the financial year 2019, recurring consumption expenditure exceeded our expectations, increased by 20% to a new record and accounted for 39% of total net payments.
"In addition to the virtual currency of NBA 2K, Grand Theft Auto Online and Red Dead Online, the current consumption was expanded by a number of other offers."