They haven’t received any news for months, which has generated widespread frustration in the Red Dead Redemption 2 community.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most important video games of recent years. Rockstar’s western captivated millions of players worldwide. Red Dead Online has failed to achieve its multiplayer section that has been sold independently for more than a year apart from being enjoyed as one more leg of the main game.
From Kotaku, they echoed this week’s initiative by the title community, which is frustrated by not having a significant update since July 2021, when Blood Money arrived. Since then, there has been no noteworthy content that directly collides with the company’s treatment to the most successful online mode it maintains.
They use the hashtag SaveRedDeadOnlineWe refer, how could it be otherwise, to GTA Online, which is constantly updated. It annoys Red Dead Online users when they carry out a comparison. So much so that they have started a campaign on social networks where, with the hashtag savereddeadonline, they try to get Rockstar their requests. They consider that the modality is set aside and that the players deserve a better deal having trusted it for so long.
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— Buckman cream (@Buckman_Cream) January 8, 2022
Two years of this nonsense from Rockstar now. They simply don’t care anymore, the care and love for Red Dead 2 is long gone. It’s all down to GTAV now, what a disappointing turnout. #SaveRedDeadOnline
— Ben T. (@videotech_) January 6, 2022
Be that as it may, the updates that arrived earlier could not put Red Dead Online up to the level of the experience that its campaign offered. It’s one of the best graphics we’ve come across in the past generation, which helps that, alongside the recreation and vividness it feels, its open-world can be considered one of the highest peaks ever reached in the industry. If you want to know more about the game, you can look at our review of Red Dead Redemption 2 back in 2018.