Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick recently commented on Red Dead Online, specifically the #SaveRedDeadOnline campaign organized by the game’s fans. Players believe that Rockstar is not keeping up with the online western adventure in Red Dead Redemption 2. The CEO stated that everything is in Rockstar’s hands.
“Rockstar Games informs us about upcoming updates, and we work closely with Rockstar Games,” said Strauss Zelnick. I understand the players’ dissatisfaction; it flatters us that they want more content; Rockstar Games will address this in due time.”
Take-Two was also asked if he plans to support Red Dead Online in the long run by IGN USA, and Zelnick said yes. However, he went on to say that he was talking about online server support and that Rockstar Games is in charge of future content updates.
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