Rockstar says it will no longer release major updates for Red Dead Online. The company says it has shifted development time to the new GTA game in recent years, reducing support for Red Dead Redemption II’s multiplayer.
The The developer still promises Launch special events around specific seasons and “improve the experience.” In addition, this year the company wants to improve the existing game modes and add new Telegram missions. But players shouldn’t expect to see themed content of a certain size anymore, says Rockstar.
This means that the game will probably not get any new game modes or other major improvements. Red Dead Online, the multiplayer mode for Red Dead Redemption II, was released in November 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A year later, the game became available for PC and Stadia. The last major expansion of Read Dead Online was released last year.
The fact that Rockstar has stopped developing the online mode is somewhat astonishing; Grand Theft Auto Online will continue to receive significant improvements and appeared in 2013. Rockstar has also not said that it will stop developing multiplayer GTA V, although it is clear that the number of major updates will also decrease with the release of GTA V. The next GTA game approaching. Red Dead Online players have complained for some time about the relatively low number of updates the game has received compared to GTA Online.
Rockstar confirmed in February Working on a new GTA game. No further details were disclosed.
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