Red Dead Redemption 2 is at the end of the road
Released on November 26, 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Red Dead Redemption 2 continues to influence the gaming world. There was a development that will not make the fans happy with Rockstar Games.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will not be renewed with DLC
Katie Pica, one of the most influential names in online projects at Rockstar Games, has proposed a multiplayer system for those who prefer to play alone for an explanation. Underlying this is Pica and her team’s desire to highlight the Red Dead Online project.
Katie Rica says that she has devoted her entire concentration to online production and wants those who do not prefer the multiplayer world to start playing Red Dead Online by adding their favorite in-game features to this atmosphere.
Stating that there is much work to be done on behalf of Red Dead Online, the experienced manager added that new events and characters will be added. Katie Pica said the company did not show much interest in single-player systems, and spoke clearly.
He recommended that players no longer expect any downloadable content (DLC) from Red Dead Redemption 2. As it turns out, the focus of the Rockstar Games is GTA Online and Red Dead Online, which provide significant revenue for the company.
What do you think of this spurt? Does Rockstar Games’s decision change?