An avid Red Dead Online player will lose $1,000,000 in virtual money and over 3,500 hours of effort due to Google's recent decision to shut down Stadia. In addition, if you use Google's cloud gaming service, you will lose access to your games and all your progress next year, as the company revealed last month. The loss of one's remarkable Red Dead Online development due to Google's shutdown will be especially devastating for one participant. \n \nThe cancellation of Google Stadia is another devastating blow to the multiplayer gunslinger community after Rockstar Games virtually abandoned Red Dead Online. After hearing that Google Stadia would be closing down, a Red Dead Online player named Colour said they stood to lose approximately 6,000 hours of gameplay. Rockstar initially had no plans to allow players to transfer progress onto other systems, but after Colour's tale made news, the developer provided a workaround. \n \nAs a result, players who registered into Red Dead Online on Google Stadia within 30 days of the notice's demise can now move their saved files to other platforms. \n \nAccording to information shared by Colour on Twitter the 30-day save transfer policy for Red Dead Online on Google Stadia is not an ideal solution. If another dedicated gamer does not use Stadia within 30 days after its announcement, they will presumably lose more than 3,500 hours of game progress when the service is discontinued. \n \nWhen Stadia shuts down in one year, the Red Dead Online player will lose all of his or her progress and a whopping $1,000,000 and 662 ranks. Given the lack of recent upgrades to Red Dead Online, Colour and the rest of the community feel that the 30-day transfer policy is too tight. \n \nIn light of the ease with which fans can move their Cyberpunk, 2077 saves from Google Stadia to Red Dead Online, Rockstar Games' stringent 30-day Red Dead Online save transfer restriction appears needless.