Red Dead Online Will Be Getting "Anti-Griefing Measures" Soon

Brenda Watkins
December 14, 2018

While Rockstar Games just pushed out a Red Dead Redemption 2 update a few days ago, the studio has shot out Red Dead 2 update 1.05 already and it's out now.

Rockstar has also released patch notes for the new update, although there's not much to go on.

Red Dead 2 update 1.05 must be downloaded if you want to continue playing the game online.

Red Dead Online's new 1.05 update addresses exploits that have been discovered and adds general improvements to the game's stability and save data. The rumor seems to stem from a YouTube video by Elemeno Peah, which allegedly shows a glitch that has convinced some fans that Rockstar is working on a Red Dead Redemption remake.

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The video in question can be found right here, but please note that it contains MASSIVE SPOILERS for the plot of Red Dead Redemption 2. What form that remake would take would be interesting to see; would it be nearly exactly like the original with updated graphics, or would it be more in line with Red Dead Redemption 2?

Gold Gift: As a thank you for your ongoing support, we are awarding everyone who has played from the Red Dead Online Beta launch through this Thursday, December 20th with a gift of 15 additional gold bars. There are also more updates arriving to Red Dead Online in early 2019 which Rockstar state will address many popular bits of feedback.

It's been speculated that Rockstar could be planning to release some sort of Red Dead Redemption remaster.

To ring in the new feature, both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are hosting a limited-time deal where players can buy 25 Gold Bars for a small $4.99 payment. This Red Dead Redemption remake could also come in the form of DLC with Red Dead Redemption.

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