July 13, Red Dead Redemption 2 fans held a funeral for the online mode of the game. The date was not decided at random. On this day in 2021, Rockstar released the last major content update.
The studio had already announced that it would no longer be working on it, so the vigil was justified. Let’s talk about the course of the event.
Red Dead Online community leaders have decided to spread the celebration throughout the day rather than picking a single time for the event.
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According to them, it would be unfair to players from different parts of the world.
Therefore, they encouraged fans to visit Valentine and Blackwater cemeteries alone or with friends and then upload screenshots to social media with the hashtag “RedDeadFuneral”.
In a nutshell, funerals were built on self-organization. Unless you were cooperating with friends or strangers, the chances of encountering groups of players in graveyards were slim. Because of this, there were plenty of screenshots on social media of fans mourning the game on their own.
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In a previous post-Red, Dead Online Died, Vive GTA Online. Well, it’s not dead yet, you can still log in and play, but after Rockstar’s recent announcement, we know we won’t be seeing any major themed updates anymore, so it’s effectively dead.
The hint was still in the title. People took to the servers to perform the final rites of this game yesterday, and Arthur Morgan actor Roger Clark shared a heartfelt message as well. These are the stories of RDO’s funeral.
Many players flooded the servers to hold various funerals and memorials for the game, and some tried to coerce others into attending funerals by saying the servers were “special” for them.
The player who just wanted to get on with his day didn’t like being told what to do, but he just ignored the posture, who then shot his horse, so he responded explosively. Shares.