Recently interviewed on VG247.com microphones, Rockstar Games’ top management returned to discuss the possible publication of single-player DLC linked to Red Dead Redemption 2.
However high the request of the community is, it seems that Rockstar’s western game is going to meet the same fate as Grand Theft Auto V: rich and long-lasting support for the online sector, but no narrative expansion capable of further expanding the experience single player.
The software house commented on the situation, declaring that it is currently too busy to deal with Red Dead Online in order to have the material resources useful for the realization of a DLC on the history of the game:
“Right now we are 100% focused on the online because, as I said, there is still a lot to do, and we hope to transpose everything that the players love about the single player in the online world and to enrich it” , the words of Katie Pica, lead online production associate of the development company.
“We have already said it, but we all love single-player games, and we hope that the absolutely immense story of Red Dead Redemption 2 and its equally huge denouement can be considered a clear proof of this”, he also kept us clear online producer, Tarek Hamad.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is now available on PS4 and Xbox One. Although an official announcement about this has not yet arrived, there are many indications that seem to lead to a future publication on PC of the Rockstar western game.