Therefore, it is only to be expected from Rockstar games to build up the hype for the game by a cross-over, and what better way to do it, by crossing it over with their best-selling game GTA V.
Everyone's looking forward to Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption 2, but we've got quite a while to wait still until it's ready to hit store shelves.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is now sporting a "Spring 2018" release date creeping ever closer, and as such developer Rockstar has announced details of a small crossover bonus for fans of its previous game, Grand Theft Auto Online. With the Doomsday Heist update, they jumped back into the game files to see what else they could dig out. It will involve a treasure hunt which will lead you to a location of an unmarked grave. The challenge itself is really simple - get 50 headshots with the pistol.
If these hints are to be believed, we could be seeing some Red Dead Redemption 2 items and teases in GTA Online in a future update.
Assemble your crew for the biggest Online adventure yet, across 3 sprawling acts - The Doomsday Heist is now available to play in GTA Online.
There's certainly life in the popular game yet, then. The group was one of those responsible for solving the infamous UFO mystery earlier in the year, and in the code for the game's latest update, Doomsday Heist, it found a new thread to unravel.
In order to activate the added content players are required to purchase one of the "IAA Facilities" and become the CEO of the new organization.
But, right now, that seems like a very likely direction for Rockstar to move in.