New Red Dead Online and GTA Online report has disappointing news for gamers

A new report on the future of Red Dead Online and GTA Online has bad news for those who still play online modes of Red Dead Redemption 2 and GTA 5, respectively. This month, Rockstar Games released Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, remasters of GTA 3, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas. And the product is a mess that needs to be fixed. To that end, a new report claims that Rockstar Games is allocating additional resources and developers to help in this endeavor, which means “there is a just change” as the future GTA Online and Red Dead Online updates will be delayed.

The report comes from the path of prominent Rockstar Games insider Tez2, who relayed the update via Twitter. Unfortunately, the information above is about as comprehensive and specific as the report.

“On hearing sources, Rockstar is allocating more resources and developers to help GTA Trilogy post-launch development (patches, fixes, etc.) ” writes Tez2. “There is a good chance that the GTAO and RDO update release windows will be pushed a little further than usual.

As you might expect, many fans are disappointed that the GTA Trilogy the disaster is now having a negative impact GTA Online and Red Dead Online, however, others are delighted to hear that Rockstar Games is taking appropriate action to fix the remaster collection.

“Glad to see that this is taken very seriously,” reads one of these positive responses, from Ben Turpin“Hopefully they can also make improvements to the scaled logos and also fix some issues with bad character models. It’s a very good start so far.”

At the time of publication, Rockstar Games has not addressed this report in any way. We don’t expect that to change, and if it doesn’t, be sure to take everything here with a grain of salt, despite the source’s excellent credibility.

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