'Red Dead Redemption 2' Rumored Direction Receives Negative Reactions: PC Port For The Game Is Closer To Reality
Avid followers of the "RDR" franchise are not happy with how things are going for the game's sequel. Despite gaining momentum ahead of its release, "Red Dead Redemption 2" is having fan issues. Rumors about the game's features are raising serious concern within the "RDR" community.
An article from RDR2.com has raised the possibility of "Red Redemption 2" being a farming sim in disguise. A notion that would Further alienate the game from the prequel's story. Other rumors have indicated that the game will focus on side quests. A rather different approach to John Marston's exploits in "Red Dead Redemption."
Opinions of the game's rumored direction are discouraging many of its followers. This speculation came from its predecessor's stint with various side-quests. Allegedly, Rockstar Games might make it a big part of "Red Dead Redemption 2."
In the article's comments section, several of gamers have aired distaste for rumors. Lee Howell from Birmingham, United Kingdom thinks that it could be better "if it was an added option." Matt Martin from Jasper, Alabama suggests the game should allow players to "set up trade posts to earn."
Despite the negative comments, others players are willing to try the new direction. Brandon Meadows commented on the same thread that this could make players live in the world of "RDR." Other people added that the new feel might make or break the upcoming "Red Dead Redemption 2."
However, assumptions of "Red Dead Redemption 2" storyline are all based on rumors. After hearing a ton of backlash from the game's avid fans, Rockstar might scrap the idea.
In other news, gamers are petitioning to port over Rockstar's wild west game to the PC. According to Daily Star, more than 50,000 games are campaigning to make this a reality. Their movement is gaining popularity as evidenced by their signatures in Change.org.
The popularity of Rockstar's "Red Redemption" series is on a high. A recently remastered version of the game has made newer players join the bandwagon. The company has announced that the new "Red Dead Redemption 2" will be available this year.