Red Dead Online Players Are Finding Random Piles Of Dead Horses
Despite Red Dead Online having left its beta phase earlier this year there are, of course, still plenty of bugs and kinks for Rockstar Games to work out. One such bug seems to have caused a rather dark occurrence that is being replicated throughout parts of the mode’s map. As of yesterday, Red Dead Online players have begun to discover piles of dead horses randomly strewn throughout the game mode, which makes for a fairly haunting time for players simply going about their business.
The issue in question seems to have stemmed from an item duplication bug that was newly discovered, perhaps having originally come from a bug of the same nature that was plaguing Red Dead Redemption 2. In both cases, players have been able to exploit the game by cloning some of the items in their inventory, with the latest obvious example being, unfortunately, horses.
@RDonlineNews @RockstarSupport @RockstarGames @RockstarRDR
Playing this to night and at valentine has lots of dead horses as you can see in the photo so I look for a new lobby and this happened again and again there’s no animals spawning except from these horses RDR2 is bug pic.twitter.com/EBZqnUw0LZ
— Gordon (@Big_G_W_N) May 19, 2019
Rockstar has yet to comment on the item bug or the resulting chaos that has erupted on social media due to the discoveries of the piles of dead horses, though chances are the developer is hard at work on a fix. Here’s hoping said fix comes soon.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is currently available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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