Recently, Rockstar Games has revealed that in the coming weeks, it will rebalance the in-game economy of Red Dead Online. The gaming firm also informed that the changes in the in-game economy of the game will be based on the feedback of the players of the particular game.
Rockstar Games said that it will roll out a pair of updates that will focus on the in-game economy. These updates will be a part of the development update that Rockstar Games will provide for the online multiplayer mode for Red Dead Redemption 2, the gaming giant added.
“Thanks to everyone who has participated in the Beta so far, we appreciate your help in testing the game,” Rockstar said on Red Dead Online’s official website. “Your feedback from these early days will be instrumental in helping formulate updates to every aspect of the experience. Our current areas of focus include the in-game economy, which will require some additional balancing in order to ensure all activities are appropriately rewarding and fun, as well as some persistent bugs that are causing some players to be kicked from sessions.”
The online version of the Red Dead Redemption 2 was made available to the players last week after it went live on Tuesday. But players after playing the Red Dead Online were quite annoyed with the economy of the online game.
The players even showed their displeasure over Reddit, Twitter, and the GTA Forums. Most of the players over the social media platform complained about the payouts of in-game currencies for activities. The players said that the in-game currencies were too low as compared to the high price of weapons, upgrades and even maintenance items, like food and camp upkeep.
Rockstar Games after going through the complaints of the users have fortunately taken these as feedback and the developers of the game have affirmed that they will soon roll out some changes this week and next week.