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Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets Single-Player DLC Petition by Fans

Fans are running online petition for Rockstar Games to release Red Dead Redemption 2 single-player DLC.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets Single-Player DLC Petition by Fans

It has been two years since Western-themed action-adventure game Red Dead Redemption 2 from developer/publisher Rockstar Games was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which later arrived on Google Stadia and PC last year.

Despite having a multiplayer component launched as Red Dead Online, long-time fans of Red Dead series are requesting Rockstar to develop a single-player story DLC and one of them even started a petition to Change.org website lately.


About two years ago, player Ivan Ojeda started a petition to Rockstar over at Change.org asking single-player DLC for Red Dead Redemption 2 and has received more than 3,900 signatures thus far with a primary goal currently set for 5,000.

Fellow petitioners also support the idea of single-player DLC and many are even willing to pay for it. Some came up with suggestions to continue Red Dead Redemption plot within RDR2 or just make a flashback sequence of Blackwater.


Majority of campaigners are more than happy to support for RDR2 post-launch content while criticizing Red Dead Online over various micro-transactions within multiplayer and complained to Rockstar for lack of regular content updates.

Although second game in franchise history, RDR2 takes place a few years before the events of Red Dead Redemption and serves as a prequel. Just like its predecessor title, Red Dead 2 was critically-acclaimed among fans and critics alike.


Though it is highly unlikely for Rockstar to come up with a story DLC for RDR2 but players would gladly welcome it if they ever do. However, there is always a slight possibility of getting a sequel to Undead Nightmare standalone expansion.

Rockstar Games showing no interest of working on a story DLC for Red Dead Redemption 2 but keeps rolling out content and limited time events for Grand Theft Auto Online, making obvious display of where their interest lies these days.

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