• The Red Dead Online Community Is Embracing the Game’s Inevitable Death
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    The Red Dead Online Community Is Embracing the Game’s Inevitable Death

    The Red Dead Online community had started planning a funeral for the game, to coincide with the anniversary of the game’s last major update. They didn’t know that it would be officially declared dead in advance. On July 7, 2022, Rockstar Games pushed an update to its Newswire, confirming that Red Dead Online would not receive any more “major themed content updates,” as the studio shifts development resources onto Grand Theft Auto 6. The news came less than a week before July 13, the one-year anniversary of Red Dead Online’s last major update, Blood Money, which brought a smattering of missions, a dubious in-game currency, and The Quick Draw Club,…

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  • ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ screenshot wins Virtual Photographer Of The Year
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    ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ screenshot wins Virtual Photographer Of The Year

    During London Games Festival, a Red Dead Redemption 2 screenshot won a competition promoting the art of virtual photography. The winning entry was submitted by Joe Meizies and featured a silhouetted figure on horseback. All entries were displayed around Trafalgar Square as part of the London Games Festival, which ends on April 10. “The challenge celebrates the new artistic medium of virtual photography where creators can bring video game design and virtual worlds to life. From a stunning landscape to intimate portrait, candid street to abstract architecture or historical to sci-fi fantasy,” said London Games Festival. The competition was supported by Nvidia Studio and The Fourth Focus, with the latter…

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  • UM student starts ‘Red Patch Outdoors’ to bring versatility to outdoor sports | ABC Fox Missoula
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    UM student starts ‘Red Patch Outdoors’ to bring versatility to outdoor sports | ABC Fox Missoula

    MISSOULA, Mont. – With a passion for the outdoors and military experience under his belt, one University of Montana student is starting a business making outdoor gear, all while raising two kids and getting his master’s degree in accounting. Charles Luther does crafts projects in his garage for his business, Red Patch Outdoors, which was only started because of an assignment. “I wanted this modular and multi-functional outdoor gear that I could use for hunting and fishing and hiking with the kids and what-not,” Luther said. “I was like, ‘if I can make that and then spin it into a business for this class, that’ll be awesome.’” Luther served four…

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