Rockstar Games has rolled back the latest Red Dead update, 1.21, following performance issues.
"We have reverted back to the previous version on those platforms, initially launched on July 28. This should address these recent issues and restore stability" a post on the developer's support page reads.
“Meanwhile, we will continue to work to eliminate any remaining issues through future updates."
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Recently, Red Dead Online has had some game-breaking issues.
Fans of the game have stressed their concern over these issues as they have caused the game to be virtually unplayable.
We know Rockstar are currently looking into the issues and have begun fixing the issues highlighted by players.
Update 1.21 is Unplayable
PlayStation 4 players are now struggling to play Red Dead Online due to a new bug/glitch.
After Rockstar‘s update, legendary animals are now available on Red Dead Online for the PS4, but a whole range of issues have now arrived.
Fortunately, This doesn’t seem to affect PC and Xbox, so you won’t need to worry about your game crashing on these platforms. The glitch only affects the PS4 console.
Rockstar has addressed the issue on their Support site. If you want to stay up to date with Rockstar's progress, head to their site here!
It's clear they are working hard to fix the bug, and we hope they'll find an answer soon.
Probably the easiest way to fix the bug is to revert the patch and find a new way of implementing the update.
When will the Patch release?
Unfortunately, Rockstar hasn't released any information regarding the release date of the patch.
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