Rockstar has been in the headlines this week, and not exactly for good news (although, to be true, that has become the norm with this company in recent years).
Perhaps in reaction to leaks of allegedly canceled (or paused) Red Dead Redemption remasters, Rockstar has issued a statement via its Newswire updating the state of GTA Online and Red Dead Online… with good news for the players of the former and bad news for those of the latter.
GTA V and GTA Online – Now available on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S
Red Dead Online, the online mode of Red Dead Redemption 2 and later released as a standalone game, is going to stop receiving “big thematic content updates” like in previous years.
Instead, they are going to add new telegraph missions and they will continue to nurture existing modes, as well as continuing monthly events to highlight bonus modes and release new content. Among this, content created by the community and highlighted by Rockstar, to the surprise of its creators…
Red Dead Online will continue to be supported by Rockstar, but much less than before, and there will be no new content updates. The reason is that are moving resources “to the new installment of Grand Theft Autotrying to exceed user expectations”.
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Rockstar’s priority is GTA VI, which is natural, but that doesn’t relieve Red Dead Online players, who see their older brother getting a lot more money from Rockstar. GTA Online will receive more updates and upgradesincluding adjustments highly demanded by the community.
These include expansions to the Executive or Nightclub Owner criminal careers, more Contract missions, seasonal events, and enhancements “that will make it easier for fans to enjoy all that Los Santos has to offer,” including best rewards for opponent races or series.
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