Rockstar has announced that it is “making some changes to the way we support Red Dead Online.” Including the end of “major thematic content updates” as you move development resources to GTA 6.
In a new blog post, Rockstar says that “over the last few years, we have been steadily moving more development resources towards the next entry in the Grand Theft Auto series, understanding more than ever the need to outperform players, and for this next entry to be the best it can be, and As a result, we are in the process of making some changes to the way we support Red Dead Online.”
Red Dead Online will continue to host monthly events highlighting various activities in addition to “special seasonal events and experience upgrades.” As well as expansions to existing modes and new Telegram Missions.
Nevertheless, Rockstar it says it will only deliver these smaller updates “instead of delivering major thematic content updates like in previous years.”
Players have been unhappy with the state of the game for some time. Launching the #SaveRedDeadOnline campaign and making enough noise to provoke a response from the CEO of Take-TwoStrauss Zelnick, who said, “I heard the frustration.”
Fans had even been making plans to host an in-game funeral for Red Dead Online on July 13. And while that might have seemed premature a few days ago. Many are now convinced that this is the final nail in the gaming coffin.
Some more important updates are still coming GTA Online. Including a major expansion for various criminal careers and new contact missions that place you as an IAA field agent.
That update will be released “in just a few weeks,” along with nerfs to homing missiles, more convenient ways to get snacks, and armor. Rockstar says there will be more “experience upgrades” over the summer.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Rockstar Games community for their unparalleled enthusiasm and support,” he said. Rockstar in the tweet attached to today’s updates.
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