Update: Servers are back up for everything.
Both Red Dead Online and GTA Online are currently experiencing server issues, according to the Rockstar Games' customer support page. What the issues are impacting the two games, is unclear, as is when a fix will be implemented. More specifically, both the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Red Dead Online are currently down, while GTA Online is experiencing issues on both last-gen and current-gen consoles, as well as PC. Further, Social Club is down. In other words, everything is down.
Rockstar Games says it's currently investigating the issue, but that's it. In the meanwhile, you'll just have to enjoy either game's single-player portion.
We will be sure to keep you updated as we learn more. In the meanwhile, be sure to peep our official review of Red Dead Redemption 2 to learn why Red Dead Online's servers being down aren't the end of the world if it means you get to spend more time with its exemplary single-player campaign.
"When the debut trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 surfaced two years ago and gave us a taste of Rockstar's first true product since the best-selling Grand Theft Auto V shipped, it's almost as if the video gaming world stopped and gave notice," reads a snippet from the review. "We were finally getting it -- the story that would tie in with Red Dead Redemption, and tell us the story of how John Marston came to be with his gang of outlaws.
"But here we are, seven hundred something days after the teaser debuted, and Red Dead Redemption II is far more than that. Yes, that particular character makes his return and shows us just how he came to be, but we also learn something more about Arthur Morgan, a cowboy with his own conscience to be weighed and burdens to overcome. And we learn more about the gang, led by a devoted Van Der Linde even as it feels like everything is falling apart at the seams, depending on a small fortune that, like happiness, is just outside reach. And the fact it's grown so much, even beyond our already heightened expectations, shows the testament to Rockstar Games, clearing the path for what is clearly one of this generation's greatest gaming experiences, if not the greatest."