Games and bugs always come in pairs: one each. That is why game studios do extensive testing, even for months before launching the game, however, until it doesn’t get into the hands of gamers, problems donot surface and that is when patches need to be ready to quickly update the game with the fixes. Red Dead Redemption 2.
A similar story with the latest Red Dead Redemption 2, which is off to a very rocky start with so many bugs that the game has become unplayable. According to engadget
The usual go-to fixes for these sort of hiccups — updating graphics drivers and disabling anti-virus software, for example — haven’t done a whole bunch to remedy matters.
These are not good signs for a game and Rockstar needs to get on with its coders and testers to find the fixes and get the running. Although, an initial Game Launcher bug fix was released to the gamers but that hasn’t helped a lot and players have took to twitter to express their frustrations regarding the game and being not able to play gets really annoying. Many have complained that Rockstar’s troubleshooting guide was also of no help whatsoever and did little in the way of helping the player play the game smoothly. Regarding the company’s response, engadget claims
The company has yet to say anything about the continued problems, although with the game set to launch on Steam next month it’s undoubtedly working on a fix. EA and Ubisoft rolled out their own PC games launchers with relative ease, so it’s not a good look for Rockstar that it’s already struggling.