Given the fact that Red Dead Online hasn't been available to all players for a full week and an update is already on the way, Rockstar looks to be ready to support the game for the foreseeable future. The main announcement that the developer gave was for the Red Dead Online economy. The rate that cash and gold bars are earned at is also coming under fire, along with claims from Rockstar customer support that in-game prices are created to give a "realistic feel" of the time period.
Some additional details about what specifically will be changing about the economy would have been great, but players can breathe a sigh of relief (for now) knowing that it's at least on Rockstar's radar.
Like in GTA Online, players can race against one another in Red Dead Online.
Rockstar Games Red Dead Online became available to all Red Dead Redemption 2 players on November 30
"Thanks to everyone who has participated in the Beta so far, we appreciate your help in testing the game!"
In a statement on Twitter, Rockstar writes "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 game has been developed so that we will be able to quickly make any adjustments like these", Rockstar said. As such, the developer's looking to keep things ticking with consistent updates, the next of which will launch as early as this week.