Rockstar‘s Red Dead Redemption 2 continues to suffer on a computer.
It seems that technical problems, coupled with other circumstances, have tarnished the premiere of Red Dead Redemption 2 on the Steam digital distribution platform, where the adaptation debuted yesterday, bringing together just 12 thousand concurrent players.
For today, the figure had reached a maximum of 28 thousand, but GTA V registered more than 138 thousand concurrent players on the same platform just in November with a peak of 117 thousand in the last 24 hours, while Halo: Reach, whose premiere was this month, registered 161 thousand simultaneous players during its premiere day on December 3.
Red Dead Redemption 2 debuted on consoles last year, becoming a serious contender for GOTY and Rockstar released it on its computer shuttle a few weeks ago. But the debut was affected by performance issues and other anomalies that Rockstar has struggled to solve.
That said, until the beginning of November, Red Dead Redemption 2 had harvested 26.5 million copies sold.
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