Published: Tue, December 04, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Rockstar Addresses Red Dead Online Economy and Other Bugs

Rockstar Addresses Red Dead Online Economy and Other Bugs

However, many have since flocked to the wild wild web to point out the absurdity of the game's economy.

"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 players to be kicked from sessions".

"Feedback from the community has been invaluable, and we will continue to keep you regularly updated as things progress".

Red Dead Online will need other things to replace the things that made the single-player experience so immersive.

It's been over a month since Rockstar's incredible Red Dead Redemption 2 came out, and after basking in its vast, attractive single player journey for dozens of hours, many of us are ready for more.

Red Dead Online was developed so that Rockstar would be able to go in and make quick adjustments based on player feedback. There is regular ol' cash, and also gold nuggets/bars, the latter of which will eventually be tied to microtransactions. Red Dead Online is now in beta, giving Rockstar extra wiggle room to make tweaks big and small.

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One major problem users have raised is the fact it takes a daft amount of time to nab just one gold bar, taking about eight hours.

The pricing is also coming under fire, with Reddit user ConvictedWaffles reporting that a gold wedding ring sells for less than a can of beans.

"I understand your concern that you are facing an issue with Red Dead Redemption 2 online Beta".

Some players feel the time cost of earning gold bars is prohibitive because developer Rockstar would prefer people spend real money on them.

If you're not familiar, there's two layers of currency in Red Dead Online.

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