Red Dead Redemption 2 Online Map: Leaked Mexico location may be Rockstar's Multiplayer DLC (Pic: ROCKSTAR GAMES)
Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the biggest open-world games on the market.
Players would have more than enough to fill their times with just doing the main story, but there are also tons of side quests to do.
Rooster Teeth producer Alanah Pearce spent 14 minutes at fast gallop going from one side of the map to the other – and hadnt even unlocked the whole map yet.
However, it is believed the game experience could get even bigger with the release of Red Dead Online.
Rumours have also been swirling about a further map expansion for multiplayer.
Keen Red Dead players may have noticed almost the entire map from the original game is included in the prequel.
This can be reached while exploring West Elizabeth.
Fans have also discovered a way to get to Mexico, however it is a walled off area Rockstar Games probably wont want anyone to access.
Players can ride a horse across the Mexican shoreline but will be stopped by an invisible wall.
However, some players have discovered a crack in the invisible wall which will get you inside.
For example, Forbes Paul Tassi decided to explore the area beyond Blackwater.
He found out the New Elizabeth and New Austin territories from the original game can be explored.
However, strangely enough, he found they were empty apart from vast areas of desert, and very small buildings.
Curiously enough, nothing really happens when you visit the locations of Red Dead 1.
There arent any tie ins with the storyline, and the areas appear to be empty.
Some fans believe they know the answer, and that is that it could be used for Red Dad Online when the beta launches later in the month.
The Online version is thought to be much like GTA 5 and have an online multiplayer feature.
This means players would be able to explore a fresh new place for the online multiplayer function.
Another idea which has been swirling around is that the leaked map areas are part of a future DLC which will be released by Rockstar.
In the meantime, Rockstar Games have revealed the Red Dead Online beta will kick off in November on PS4 and Xbox One.
Red Dead Redemption 2 Online Map: A glitch means players can go to Mexico (Pic: ROCKSTAR GAMES)
Rockstar said: “As we have announced previously, Red Dead Online is a new online connected experience set against the backdrop of Red Dead Redemption 2s enormous open world.
“As with most online experiences of this size and scale, there will inevitably be some turbulence at launch and we look forward to working with out amazing and dedicated communities to share ideas, help us fix teething problems and work with us to develop Red Dead Online into something really fun and innovative.”
However, no date has been given for an official release, but we expect a trailer to be released soon.