Rockstar will slow ‘Read Dead Online’ updates to focus on the new GTA

Rockstar Games has confirmed this GTA VIwhen the next entry in the series will be called that, was in the works earlier this year when the release date was announced GTA V and GTA Online for the PS5 and the Xbox Series X|S. Now, in a post that provides an important update for the GTA Online Experience, the developer said that it “continuously shifts more development resources” toward the next Grand Theft Auto titles in recent years. The company did this because it understands the “need to exceed player expectations,” but it had to make changes to the way it supports Red Dead Online as a result.

The biggest change for red dead Player is that the developer will no longer roll out major thematic updates like in previous years. As GameRant explained, this also means no more new specialist roles, missions and game modes. The company will continue to build on existing modes this year, adding new Telegram Missions, which are solo activities that players can complete to earn rewards. But going forward, Rockstar will focus on showcasing previously added roles and missions Red Dead Online’s monthly events.

Red Dead Online Players have complained in the past about the lack of essential updates and Rockstar’s tendency to prioritize Grand Theft Auto franchise over its other games. GTA is a huge source of money for the developer, however, so it’s not really surprising that Rockstar decided to focus all efforts on making sure fans will love it GTA VI.

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