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News video games 21 October 2022, 15:25

author: Kamil Kleszyk

Player Who Has Lost 6,000 Hours in RDR 2 on Stadia Will be Saved

It looks like the story of the player who spent more than 6,000 hours in Red Dead Online - the online mode of Red Dead Redemption 2 - will end happily. Rockstar has announced that Stadia users will be able to transfer progress from RDO to other platforms.

At the end of September, the news broke about the fact that Google will kill off its cloud gaming platform. As a result of this decision, Stadia will be shut down early next year.. As expected, this information sparked a a great stir among the gaming community. The move of the American giant was to particularly affect a streamer nicknamed Colour - as a result of the shutdown of Stadia he would have lost the progress obtained over 6,000 hours in Red Dead Online. A desperate fan of Rockstar's game even addressed a request to the developers to enable him to switch to another platform.

It seems that his appeal has been heard, and the whole situation will see a happy ending. The company announced that following Bungie, IO Interactive, Ubisoft or CDP Red, it will enable Stadia users to transfer their existing progress from the game to another platform.. The operation is to take place via Rockstar Social Club (via PC Gamer).

Player Who Has Lost 6,000 Hours in RDR 2 on Stadia Will be Saved - picture #1
Source: Twitter, Colour

It must be admitted that in the face of the players' troubles, the developers are doing their duty in an exemplary manner. This was also noted by users commenting on the streamer's post. Among the many opinions, the most common are words of congratulation, as well as praise for Rockstar.

Kamil Kleszyk

Kamil Kleszyk

An introvert by nature. Since childhood, he felt a closer connection to humanism than to the sciences. Instead of exercises in maths, he preferred shutting himself up in his world and inventing new stories of his favorite anime – Dragon Ball. After years of study came a time of stagnation, which he preferred to call "searching for purpose." Looking out for destiny during the 58th screening of his beloved Die Hard, he decided – like John McCLane – to fight for a better future. He found the avenue to do this in Gamepressure. Since he's still a freshman in the newsroom, he doesn't have a target subject he wants to focus on yet. So, you can expect news about farming simulators, or the impact of Johnny Depp's trial on the future of Pirates of the Caribbean. If you ever hear that playing console games and watching movies is futile – remember this story


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