Red Dead Redemption 2 was great, and its online mode Red Dead Online had a big potential. But Rockstar isn’t developing any updates for the online mode, and known problems are still in place. The players protested the game before, but the developers didn’t care. Now, they’re planning a funeral event for Red Dead Online.
The funeral is for Red Dead Online’s abandoned development process. We haven’t seen any big updates or game changes since that mode got released. It has been a separate game on the PC platform, but it’s still uncared.
Dress Your Best Suit, and Join the Red Dead Online’s Funeral Event
Gamers organize the event, and community pages are the headquarters for such events. The post says it’s been a year since the latest update, which means the game is abandoned. The funeral is happening on July 13th, and you should dress in your best suit to join the others.
Who's up for it then? A funeral to celebrate one year of Red Dead Online being abandoned?
Dress up in your best funeral attire, get your friends to join, tag us in pics & use the hashtags below!
— Red Dead News (@RedDeadRDC) July 5, 2022
The latest update was named ‘Blood Money,’ and the content wasn’t empty. It brought good things to see. But the problem is, that update was released a year ago. We didn’t see any changes except the minor fixes and events so far.
Red Dead Online isn’t abandoned, officially. Rockstar didn’t say anything about cancellation for the development process. But we see there is no content in the game, and it’s boring to play the game with the same content. Although, the game isn’t included in the Red Dead Redemption 2 on the PC version. The worst part is that you should pay extra dollars to play the game, but there isn’t fresh content to play.
The only problem isn’t about the vivacity of the content. The item prices and awards are unequal in the game. Sometimes it’s hard to get some ammo, which makes you sick of playing an action game without weapons or ammo.