Red Dead Redemption 2 Single-Player DLC Petition Started By Players
Red Dead Redemption 2 fans have started a petition asking for Rockstar Games to develop and release single-player story DLC for the game. Red Dead Redemption 2 was initially released for consoles almost two years ago and was subsequently released on PC and Stadia last year. Since its launch, the game has yet to receive any new story, with most of the released updates being catered to Red Dead Online, the game’s online multiplayer component.
Despite being the second game in the Red Dead Redemption series, Red Dead Redemption 2 is actually a prequel to 2010’s Red Dead Redemption, which isn’t surprising considering how that game concluded. The prequel stars Arthur Morgan, who was in the same gang as Red Dead Redemption’s John Marston, and is set years before the events of the original. And much like the original, Red Dead Redemption 2 garnered universal acclaim among fans and critics, only falling slightly out of favor a few weeks after launch over Rockstar's antiquated game design approach. Since the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, the developer has been focused on the development of several new games and is said to be currently working on Grand Theft Auto 6.
Related: Red Dead Redemption 2 Is So Detailed Arthur Actually Counts His Bullets
The online petition was started by Ivan Ojeda via Change.org and is pretty straightforward, only stating, “Let's get our voices heard. We want Red Dead Redemption 2 Single player DLCs. It doesn't have to be ...
More on: screenrant.com