Red Dead Online had good potential, but Rockstar didn’t prefer to keep focusing on this game. They announced the developers would focus on developing the next GTA title. After that, Red Dead Online gamers planned a virtual funeral event, and we shared the details before. The day is here; gamers launch the game and visit the graveyards.
This time, the funeral is for the game. The game, also known as RDO, received its latest update a year ago, and after a year, we can say that the game has been abandoned. We’ve seen a lot of polls and invites from the community. Thousands of players are organized, and they’ll play the game again.
Red Dead Online Community’s Funeral Event is Happening
The latest update, ‘Blood Money,’ wasn’t a game-changer, players had big expectations, but it’s clear that it didn’t save the game. Then we saw minor bug fixer updates and a few small events, but they also didn’t keep the game. If you want to protest that situation, play RDO today and go to the graveyard. You can have a drink, take photos or smash something there. That is the way of protest.
If you remember, Rockstar announced that Red Dead Online players shouldn’t expect more significant updates. The studio is focused on the next GTA title, and RDO’s update support is restricted from now.
The game was a part of Red Dead Redemption 2 at the launch, and this situation continues for consoles. But on PC, you must pay extra to play online. People are paying for this game, but they’re not getting any significant updates, even if it’s a 4-year-old game.
Red Dead Online had enormous potential, but it looks like Rockstar won’t use it. Probably the studio isn’t going to release any other updates in the future. So, let’s visit the graveyard.