Rockstar has warned Red Dead Online players not to anticipate any significant upgrades going forward as it continues to focus its development efforts on Grand Theft Auto 6. It’s bad news for Red Dead Online players who have long claimed that Rockstar has neglected and underutilised their game in favour of the more profitable GTA Online. Rockstar has finally explained how it intends to keep Red Dead Online alive and recognised that it is concentrating more on GTA 6.
As a result, Rockstar said, “we are in the process of making some changes to how we support Red Dead Online,” adding that “over the past 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 exceed players’ expectations and for this next entry to be the best it can possibly be.” Due to these modifications, there won’t be any more “big themed content additions like in prior years,” according to Rockstar.
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Players of Red Dead Online should anticipate events that emphasise already-released content as well as “periodic special events and experience improvements.” This year, new Telegram Missions will also be released. Red Dead Online players declared earlier this week that they intended to organise an in-game funeral for the live service to commemorate what they claimed to be “one year of [the game] being abandoned.” Rockstar’s management of Red Dead Online has been a series of failures, from the botched implementation of a premium currency and content passes to game-breaking bugs that still exist and a complete lack of protection for PC players against modders, according to Red Dead News, a well-known fan-run Twitter account.
That’s not even taking into account the false content guarantees and the absence of contact outside of those, the account continued. Why keep fans waiting when Rockstar could have revealed today’s news in February following the “next” GTA announcement? It’s bad manners. In February of this year, Rockstar confirmed GTA 6 was “actively developing” and “well underway,” contradicting a prior Bloomberg story that stated the game wouldn’t be released until at least 2024.