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Red Dead Online: Rockstar turns the page


In a statement, Rockstar has spoken out about how it will support its Red Dead Online. And, it is far from being a priority.

Rockstar has finally given some information about its Red Dead Online and how it will support it in the future. And, without abandoning it completely, the American studio will not be looking into it further.

More major contributions

Earlier this week, we told you about it: the studio seemed more than ever focused on the next opus of its cult series and that it couldn’t concentrate on various projects such as remasters of its successful titles. At least, that’s what the rumors were saying here and there. But if we can still have a doubt about the fact that Rockstar would have indeed planned to update some of its creations, we can only be convinced about the second information, because yes, the main interest of the studio lies in Yes, the main interest of the studio lies in the development of its next game.

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Proof of this is the fate reserved for Red Dead Online. The resources that have been allocated to it so far, for 4 years, will be redirected to GTA 6. Indeed, as stated, Rockstar will simply improve the existing modes and will also bring seasonal content and Telegram missions. But other than that, there won’t be much to look forward to. Major updates are no longer on the agenda.

And, as far as GTA Online is concerned… Well, it’s the other way around it seems. The studio is apparently not ready to let it go. More contributions are planned.

Over the past few years, we’ve steadily devoted more development resources to the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series – understanding more than ever the need to exceed player expectations and make this next installment the best it can be – and as a result, we’re making some changes to the way we support Red Dead Online. […] In addition to seasonal special events and experience enhancements, as well as other changes to improve and maintain a healthy environment for Red Dead Online, we plan to build on existing modes and add new Telegram missions this year, rather than providing major thematic content updates like in previous years.

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