Rockstar responds to angry Red Dead Online fans…

Rockstar responds to angry Red Dead Online fans…

More to come but just in time!

Rockstar is responding to the Red Dead Online community, which launched an angry campaign under the hashtag #SaveRedDeadOnline since the beginning of this year to demand support for the game after its long-marginalization.

Today, in an interview with IGN, Rockstar CEO Strauss Zelnick said they are aware of the game’s frustrated community, noting that audiences should look forward to an expected response from Rockstar.

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Zelnick added that Rockstar is working on a lot of things right now, adding that it’s surprising to see Red Dead Online fans looking forward to more content for the game. Noting that there is already more to come from Rockstar, but at the right time.

When asked if Take-Two intends to continue supporting Red Dead Online in the long-term, Zelnick confirmed that that’s the plan from the start and that’s what Rockstar will do.

It is noteworthy that the Red Dead Online game community has launched a large-scale campaign through social networking sites and video game forums, with great spread and interaction with the campaign hashtag #SaveRedDeadOnline. Which denounces the lack of support for the game with large content, as it was the last time the game received extensive content more than 300 days from now. While Rockstar continues to support GTA Online with new and extensive content throughout the year.

According to the stats revealed about the sales of the game, Red Dead Redemption 2 has sold more than 44 million units worldwide, and Take-Two said in its report at the time that these numbers came significantly higher than the company and developer expectations for this period, which is further evidence On the ongoing popularity of the Rockstar gaming experiences.

Unfortunately, no other details were revealed about the future of the game, but these statements indicating that Rockstar is monitoring the game community is clear evidence that there are preparations for content that will satisfy this angry audience. But we have to be patient until this is revealed, perhaps in the coming weeks or months.

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