Over the course of the past month, the #Tag “#SaveRedDeadOnline” has started trending across Twitter and Facebook among groups. Rockstar Games would appear to have changed their posting habits because of the trending tag, given the observation of fans reporting to the #tag.
Most notably, they skipped days, posted a day late, etc. On several occasions Rockstar has been known to ignore fans and completely brush the issue under the rug however the fans of red dead online are proving diligent in saving the game.
#SaveRedDeadOnline is trending on Twitter
As the fans of RDO remain diligent in saving the game, so does Rockstar Games. Rockstar Games has not given any update since July 13th, 2021 with the Blood Money Update. After the Blood Money update, Rockstar games have gone quiet and haven’t touched RDO or even a singular hotfix since, which RDO is still plagued with connection issues. However, by the time it launched on PC, Red Dead Redemption 2 had been out for a year on consoles with constant support while GTA Online was lacking.
We'll go 2 months.
You'll never post on social media without us flooding the comment section. pic.twitter.com/SFp8GmCfns
— Dabius Ballarius🐋#SaveRedDeadOnline (@daballa4reel) January 31, 2022
It is very clear that Rockstar does not seem to care about RDO, which is punishing to those who play the game passionately. Though that does not seem to discourage the dedicated fans from continuing to play the game as Role-Play groups have started to pop up on red dead online over the past two months.
While GTA Online just received it’s first Major Update in December 2021, after a good half a year (July 20th, 2021) of complete silence, which was around the same time as the last Red Dead Online update (July 13th, 2021). We could see a major update for Red Dead Online any time now from the start of February 2022 to July 2022 as leaks have begun to spring to life across the internet. But only time will tell.