Rumor: Red Dead Redemption 2 was delayed due to cross-play problems
According to a rumor reported recently by Blasting News USA, Red Dead Redemption 2 would be delayed because of the will of Rockstar Games to add support for the cross-play, or the ability to play online without any constraints, regardless of the platform owned.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most anticipated game by fans and it is certainly not a secret. Just as it is not a secret that Rockstar Games and the publisher Take-Two have decided to delay the debut of the game on the market, which is fixed now for the spring of next year on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Now comes new rumor about the possible causes that have contributed to the postponement. According to a rumor appeared on the pages of the website Blasting News, in fact, the second chapter of Red Dead Redemption would have been delayed because of the cross-play support.
Rockstar Games would be already ahead with the work on the support for this feature, but the lack of Sony’s approval would have forced the company to delay the release of the game, with the aim of having more time available to try to get the Japanese giant.
At the moment the news in question should be taken as a simple rumor even if it is not the first time we are talking about a possible cross-play support for Red Dead Redemption 2.
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