Red Dead Online: Twitter users react to the latest Red Dead Online Update to Gun Rush Mode because of Course, they do
- Twitter sounds off about the latest RDR 2 Online multiplayer update.
Rockstar Games announced some new updates to Red Dead Redemption 2's online multiplayer mode, Red Dead Online, and made the announcement on Twitter today. This update focused on the Gun Rush mode, Red Dead Online's 32-player battle royal mode. The fixes focused on matchmaking issues, as well as adding a dedicated RDO section to their support page, in order to weed out any other outstanding issues.
Oh, they also are giving anyone who plays between today and January 27th some free gold. So, there's that.
Much like before, the reaction to this on Twitter was... to be generous... mixed....
This fellow, while not happy with the frequency of fixes and updates in RDO, feels like it could certainly be worse *cough*callofduty*cough*
While Rockstar has always insisted that they're implementing changes based on player feedback, some folks on Twitter aren't so sure.
And this dude seems to agree.
To be fair, having an online mode like RDR2 does and not including a battle royal mode seems like bad business. Plus, I mean, zero people? I'm sure there were at least, like, five people who wanted Gun Rush mode. Law of averages and all of that. Game sold 17 million copies its first week.
Oh. Well. I stand corrected, I guess.
I'm not as cynical about RDO as a lot of the people whose Tweets we've posted, but I do have to say I kinda agree with this guy here.
This guy knows what's up. Ponchos 4 life!
It's important to remember that, technically, this mode is still in beta. It will probably take a good, long while, but a lot of the changes people want more than likely are coming. But, they need people to play it in order to find these issues and fix them
Of course, you can't get people to play the game if people can't play the game.
How do you feel about the current state of RDO? Once you're done Tweeting about it, share your thoughts in the comments section.