After what Red Dead Online followers noticed as yet one more signal of laziness from Rockstar Video games, they’re now taking to Twitter with the #SaveRedDeadOnline hashtag to criticize the sport’s lack of DLC content material. Particularly, followers are asking why the developer is simply releasing bonus occasions for present recreation modes in Pink Lifeless On-line, whereas older video games equivalent to GTA 5 proceed to obtain frequent content material and even story updates.
Why is ‘Save Pink Lifeless On-line’ trending?
A press launch on the official Rockstar Video games web site resulted within the hashtag circulating on-line. Beginning January, Rockstar introduced that it might present bonus XP and Gold Bars to quite a lot of present recreation modes. It additionally stated it might low cost present cosmetics, however didn’t present any particulars on extra content material. This basically signifies that Pink Lifeless On-line will go nearly half a yr with none new recreation modes, missions, or tales. Whereas the sport did obtain a good few updates again in 2020, the final main one was the Blood Money update again in July 2021.
This, as many followers identified, stood in stark distinction to a different heavy-hitter on-line franchise beneath Rockstar’s belt: GTA On-line. Simply final month, the sport acquired a massive story update that includes the return of Franklin in addition to well-liked rapper and producer Dr. Dre. This impressed quite a lot of backlash on-line, with numerous customers tweeting for Rockstar to place its give attention to Pink Lifeless On-line:
I apologise for my rant however I’ve waited so lengthy for them to harness this wonderful recreation. Rockstar made loads of guarantees again in 2018 that it might continuously evolve however clearly it ain’t.
It’s been two years of getting to place up this behaviour. It’s ridiculous and outrageous.
— Ben T. (@videotech_) January 6, 2022
Rockstar give my homies taking part in purple useless some new content material please value their time.#SaveRedDeadOnline
— Mutahar (@OrdinaryGamers) January 8, 2022
Since then, 1000’s of tweets have appeared with the #SaveRedDeadOnline hashtag. Many are followers reminding Rockstar that there’s nonetheless a devoted group that loves the sport. Others are followers who’re expressing disappointment and emotions of being disregarded. Solely time will inform whether or not Rockstar decides to answer these criticisms.