Work on Red Dead Redemption: Damned Enhancement Project, a fan-made effort to bring RDR to PC by way of the Xenia and RPCS3 emulators, has been halted. Developer DamnedDev didn’t say specifically why the project has been suspended, but hinted very strongly in comments on the GTA Forums that a cease-and-desist order from Take-Two Interactive was the cause.”Please note project halted,” an update to the Damned Enhancement announcement post says. “Update video will be made and will explain. I’m not very happy. Please understand for the time being all will be explained.”That video isn’t available yet, but DamnedDev didn’t leave much doubt as to what transpired. “I can’t [say what happened] but you know who had a hand in this halt,” the wrote. “I rather not speak more as they warned me to be hush but cmon really people already gonna know if it gets shut down out of no where. Just gonna put it like that if you get the drift or not. But yeah usual corp greed thinks they can bully you.”DamnedDev insisted that the mod shouldn’t be “censored” because “this isn’t a port or a remaster or a re-release or whatever,” and said that “the media” is… Read full this story
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