Fans are tired of waiting for Undead Nightmare in Red Dead 2, they made their own

In the chronicle of the great DLC, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare has a place since Rockstar was still making single-player DLC. This expansion in 2010 reinterpreted the game world as the story of the zombie apocalypse, and John Marston is now out to save his wife and son from the virus, while freeing the town from the brain-chewing crowd. This is awesome, so since the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, players have been wondering: Please Rockstar, can we do more?

Unfortunately, Red Dead Onlineā€™s post-launch support is a bit more than players hoped, well, barebones: it largely follows the GTA online model to re-adjust cosmetics and sales and add small tasks. Every Halloween, someone shouts out: Rockstar does make occasional hints, but so far, it seems that there is no interest in revisiting that rich and juicy vein.