In a few short weeks, Red Dead Online has already become the fastest selling game in Rockstar’s history. The open-world Western Wild West is packed with players from all over the world seeking to recreate their favorite American legends and make them legendary of their own. However, cracks are starting to form at this early stage of its life cycle as fans start noticing some flaws that were never fixed since launch two years ago.,

The “red dead online update” is the first update of Red Dead Online, which has been met with criticism from players. A community movement to save the game has emerged.

Red Dead Online’s shabby first update of 2022 sparks community movement to save the game

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Red Dead Online released an update at the end of last week that was nothing more than a series of boosts to existing content, encouraging players to participate in Land of Opportunities missions, Featured Series activities, and Gang Hideout content for extra RDO$ and XP, with no new content or even cash shop items added to the game.

The game’s most recent significant update occurred in July, and the developers have said that they want the game to feel like a “second life.”

The low-effort update has subsequently prompted a tiny storm of online fury from gamers, with the hashtag #SaveRedDeadOnline trending on Twitter in an attempt to attract Rockstar’s attention to player dissatisfaction with game updates. For three days, the hashtag was a top trending topic. This is yet another online protest over the developer’s handling of RDO; readers may remember that fans of the game dressed up as clowns in another online protest.

As of this writing, the hashtag is still seeing plenty of use and is even being used by GTAO players, which is arguably Rockstar’s biggest cash cow. As for why fans of RDO aren’t taking the studio’s presumed lead and moving on, one tweet puts it pretty succinctly: “It’s because we know the game has potential, we know Rockstar can and should do better. If everyone moves on, then there’s no hope for RDO and little hope for the RDR series.”

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