Game developer Rockstar Games releases an update for its most popular open-world wild west action-adventure game Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC and console respectively.
About Red Dead Redemption 2
The latest update of Red Dead Redemption 2 is now live on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. There’s nothing impressive about the patch 1.31 of the game but it is good to see that the developer is still giving efforts in the game and still they are maintaining the game even after five years later and several months later after Red Dead Online’s last significant gameplay update.
Red Dead Redemption 2 was originally released in 2018 by game developer Rockstar Games, within a short span of time this open-world action-adventure game saw a massive growth of active players. The third game in the Red Dead series gives a glimpse of 1899 days during the closing days of the Wild West.
Players step into the game with the boots of outlaw Arthur Morgan after his gang finds themselves on the run following a bad heist. In the game players can roam free and explore the open world, they can even also engage themselves in different activities like hunting, horse riding, gunfights, and more. Globally Red Dead Redemption 2 received positive comments from critics, and the game earn an impressive Metacritic score of 97 out of 100.
About The Update 1.31 Of Red Dead Redemption 2
On 23rd of March game developer Rockstar Games launched update 1.31 of the title Red Dead Redemption 2. As the patch notes were so short and didn’t have a full breakdown, so it’s simply easy to state that this update was part of the regular maintenance of the game. Reportedly the latest update focuses primarily on the game’s security issues, but the information is limited. The update 1.31 does not look large but this is not the first time developer Rockstar Games gave Red Dead Redemption 2 a major security patch this year, with developers launching a huge update of 3 GB size in February.
While the latest update was not particularly big, but it’s about what Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online players should expect from the game’s life cycle. Developer Rockstar Games hoped that Red Dead Online would see similar long-term success as that of Grand Theft Auto Online. Unfortunately, it didn’t get what they are hoping for, with Red Dead Online’s development winding down in 2022. Since then, the game has been lowered down to maintenance mode, with developers moving on to the upcoming most controversial game Grand Theft Auto 6.
To put a goodbye message to Red Dead Redemption 2’s credit developer Rockstar Games used the game’s final content update. Developers proceed with this way to confirm to players that they are stepping away from the title and are not going to maintain the minimum upkeep which is necessary to keep its online functions working properly, along with addressing problems as they come up. But of course, the game has not been shut down totally, as Red Dead Online still has regular events which are played by a remarkable number of active players.
However, the developer is not putting any new content in the game. Minor updates like the one from yesterday are all that players can expect from the developer.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is available to play on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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