Red Dead Redemption will be added to PlayStation Now next week

  • Red Dead Redemption will be added to PlayStation Now next week

Red Dead Redemption will be added to PlayStation Now next week

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According to Rockstar, Red Dead Redemption (and its zombie-themed expansion, Undead Nightmare) will be available to stream through the PlayStation Now service on the PS4 and PC beginning on December 6.

From the production house best known for the "Grand Theft Auto" franchise, as well as 1940s detective mystery "LA Noire" and São Paolo scramble "Max Payne 3", "Red Dead Redemption" represented the opportunity to explore choice and effect system within the action game genre.

The original "Red Dead Redemption" was never released on the PC and was only available on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. In an event where panels can take around three hours long, it's quite uncertain, however, that Rockstar Games might make an announcement on any of its game or if it will appear anytime that day at all.

When "Red Dead Redemption 2's" official trailer came out, it mentioned that the game would be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Hopefully, we'll get more information during tonight's Game Awards show. As news of a sequel has been assured to these fans, it was reported that gamers rocking the PlayStation 4 will be able to get first dibs on the online content of the game. With the PS Now solution, however, you'll need a subscription to the service that starts at $20 per month.

(Facebook/rockstargames)"Red Dead Redemption 2" will arrive in the fall of 2017. The company had announced that the original game would be released via PlayStation Now. Red Dead Redemption was originally released all the way back in 2010 making the difference between the two games seven years. The news is just confirmation of Rockstar Games' promise during their big announcement for "Red Dead Redemption 2".