You won’t be excited in case you’re seeking after a single-player add-on for Red Dead Redemption 2. Rockstar’s lead online generation partner Katie Pica told VG24/7 in an interview that the developer is “100% centered” on Red Dead Online. He argued that Rockstar aims to put “everything a player can love” about solo play into the multiplayer experience, such as new activities, characters, and events. RDR2‘s “absolutely massive” core narrative was proof the company cared about the single-player experience, Pica added.
The position is definitely not a total stun when GTA5 hasn’t had any huge single-player extensions during its life expectancy. It’s a sharp diverge from the first Red Dead, however. The first game had a lot of multiplayer updates, yet its best-realized downloadable content was the Undead Nightmare extension with a zombie-concentrated performance battle. That sort of DLC doesn’t seem, by all accounts, to be probable for RDR2, in any event for the time being.
There’s a solid motivating force to take into account the multiplayer swarm – that is the place the cash is. Rockstar and its distributor Take-Two are making heaps of money through both GTA Online and Red Dead Online, and RDO has been growing quicker than its forerunner. A dedication to the multiplayer substance could keep the games productive for quite a long time to come. Lamentably, that is very little reassurance to individuals who’d preferably not kept running into different players while they’re engaged in a game’s storyline.
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