Rockstar Has No Plans For Red Dead Redemption 2 Single-Player DLC
Rockstar Games has endorsed, in a new interview with VG24/7, that they have no plans to release DLC for Red Dead Redemption 2′s single-player mode. Rockstar will be working on expanding the game’s multiplayer mode instead, Red Dead Online.
In a recent interview with Rockstar developers by VG24/7, lead online production associate Katie Pica explained that Rockstar is centered on multiplayer at the moment.
“We’re 100% focused on online right now, because like I said, there’s just so much to do, and we’re just hoping to bring everything that a player can love about single-player into the online world, and fleshed out,” explained Pica.
Rockstar developer, Tarek Hamad, told VG24/7 that the crew working on Red Dead Online wants the multiplayer game to “match the world” of the single-player campaign by adding new things to do, events, and characters. The comments appeared as part of a longer interview with Rockstar developers about Red Dead Online.
For many fans, this will be frustrating news. Previous Rockstar games have got large single-player DLC expansions, including the very popular Undead Nightmare expansion for the original Red Dead Redemption and the Liberty City Episodes for GTA IV. But like GTA V, it seems Red Dead Redemption 2 will not be getting large single-player expansions, at least for the near future. Instead, Rockstar will continue to grow and expand both games’ multiplayer modes as expected.