'Red Dead Online' will be leaving beta soon.

Red Dead Redemption

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Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has revealed that they are planning to launch the game for all with "new content" in the coming months.

He said: "We expect 'Red Dead Online' to exit the beta period during the current quarter with significant new content to follow.

"We're as excited as ever about the long-term opportunity for 'Red Dead Online'."

Earlier this month, a new 'Red Dead Online' update brought new clothing items and open target races on Xbox One.

Rockstar announced the addition of the jawbone knife, new clothing and a 30 per cent bonus on gold and cash until May 2.

The horseback shooting races were only available on the PlayStation 4 previously.

Among the other items were a Diamondback hat, Comstok boots, vests and gloves.

Another update is due later in spring.

In March, the Showdown mode was added.

The multi-player action-adventure title saw the arrival of The Spoils of War Showdown, a PvP which hosts two to 16 players.

Teams steal loot from each other's bases and the group with most stolen goods wins.

In January, it was revealed that 'Red Dead Online Beta' players were being rewarded after the game required major updates.

Not only did Rockstar provide a number of improvements, including increasing cash and gold payments, reducing the prices of weapons in certain activities and balancing the values of some pelts, skins and fish, but they also added RDO$250 and 15 Gold Bars to the profiles of those who have had to work through the issues in the multiplayer mode.

They said: "As an added thank you for playing and helping us through the beta period, we're also awarding everyone that joined in to play the Red Dead Online Beta at any point through midnight PST today with a gift of RDO$250 and 15 Gold Bars."

The community had been affected by major bugs, which had been kicking gamers out of sessions, plus problems with the in-game economy.

However, the developers of the popular Western-themed adventure game reassured the community that they were able to easily make amendments to solve the issues over a number of days and they stayed true to their word.