Red Dead Redemption remake will launch with Undead Nightmare but without multiplayer support.
Red Dead Redemption’s remake will sadly lack one of its stand-out features, much to our dismay.
Like you know by now, Red Dead Redemption remake or remaster development appears to be underway. Leaks as well as updates to Rockstar Games’ site seem to indicate an announcement will likely happen sooner rather than later; we wait anxiously and anxiously until its arrival this year; should it happen, an official reveal should come any day now!
While fans debate whether or not to pre-order an indefinite game like Red Dead Redemption remake, one insider suggests it will launch without multiplayer features.
At first glance, Red Dead Redemption may remind most players of its stunning open world and single-player story arc; but its original multiplayer offering truly surpasses Red Dead Online in terms of performance and fun factor.
Red Dead Redemption’s original multiplayer offered players many different game modes from co-op to all out PVP competition, making its absence surprising but understandable given Red Dead Online is already present and I understand remaking an extensive series of multiplayer modes alongside an engaging single player story would take a great deal of work for a company trying to release GTA 6 at some point this century – so this decision shouldn’t be held against Rockstar too strongly.
Unsurprisingly, according to one source, this remake will include Undead Nightmare DLC which is widely considered one of the greatest video game expansions ever. And if we had to choose between multiplayer mode or Undead Nightmare… well… zombies always win every time!