Red Dead Redemption: One of the characters ended up on a shoe box

Red Dead Redemption: One of the characters ended up on a shoe box

Red Dead Redemption

The popularity of Red Dead Redemption is definitely known to everyone. Despite being one of Rockstar Games' dormant franchises, as demonstrated by the two chapters in just 8 years compared to GTA, the series is one of the most popular and still today manages to attract many players who enter for the first or for the millionth once inside the territories of the old west. For this reason, the idea that one of the characters ended up doing an advertisement for a shoe brand, well, does not take us by surprise. Too bad there is nothing official.

As reported by Reddit user Ancient-Mix1988, there is a shoe box in the world with John Marston, the protagonist of the first Red Dead Redemption, imprinted on it. There is absolutely nothing legitimate in all of this: the company simply took an image of the protagonist from the Internet and used it to create its brand, in defiance of any copyright protection law. There is, in fact, no type of official merchandise for the clothing sector.

There is obviously no way to trace the manufacturing company, at least from the photo. As you can see a little further down, the shot does not allow you to refer to any type of brand or official company name. All we see is simply John printed on top of a box. We only know the origin, namely Mexico, indicated on the package.

Found in a local western store. from reddeadredemption

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Surely the copyright infringement was not intentional. Most likely, those who dealt with the design did a brief search on the Internet and downloaded the first image that reflected the pitch of a possible client. Or it was created directly in house. Details aside, it makes you smile at how Red Dead Redemption has also arrived on an object of common use. And who knows that the probable remake in development does not increase its popularity even more.

You can retrieve the second chapter of Red Dead Redemption by visiting this address.

Rockstar Games Angers Red Dead Redemption 2 Fans With New Red Dead Online Update

Red Dead Online players have been upset with Rockstar Games for months due to not only the lackluster support of Red Dead Redemption 2's online mode, but the lack of communication from Rockstar in regards to the game. At the start of the month, this frustration bubbled up and #SaveRedDeadOnline began to trend on Twitter. Since then, it's randomly trended several times and fans pushing the campaign have dominated the replies of any and all tweets from Rockstar Games. And today's tweet about the new Red Dead Online update has been no exception. 

Right on schedule, today, Rockstar Games revealed and released a weekly update for Red Dead Online. And like every weekly update for months, it's an underwhelming one that is hardly worth promoting, especially during a Twitter campaign against the game that takes umbrage with the lack of compelling updates. Again, the Twitter campaign also takes issue with the lack of communication from Rockstar Games, who has yet to say a word about any of the recent backlash. So, to the surprise of nobody, the tweet about today's update has caught the ire of fans. 

'How about you actually respond to your entire community instead of posting this and acting like you don't see it,' reads one popular reply to the tweet. 'We don't need announcements on these terrible event weeks. We want new stuff to buy and new content, your guys' lack of communication is so sad, to be honest.'

This isn't the first time Red Dead Online fans have protested on Twitter over the state of the game, however, it is, by far, the biggest and most prolonged protest. Yet, so far, it seems to be falling on deaf ears.

As always, we will keep you updated. If Rockstar Games responds to the ongoing campaign or announces anything noteworthy for Red Dead Online that could satiate the backlash, we will update you with everything you need to know. In the meantime, feel free to leave a comment or two letting us know what you think or, alternatively, hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ to talk all things gaming. What do you think about the current state of Red Dead Online and do you think Rockstar Games will attempt to salvage it?

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