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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Red Dead
Red Dead Redemption is now backwards compatible for Xbox One. Rockstar’s ambitious, highly praised Western features reformed outlaw John Marston on a quest for revenge as he hunts down members of his old gang. The undead are also joining the party, as the entire line of titles is backwards compatible, not just the original: Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare, and Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition. Digital owners can download the titles from the Games Store, while physical owners will need to insert the game disc into their system in order to initiate the download.
Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition, announced earlier this summer, is now available for the 360 and PS3. The collection is going for $49.99 and includes a whole lot of Wild West Awesomeness (WWA for short): the original game, all free and paid DLC, all pre-order extras, Solomon’s Folly hideout and challenges (for the first time on the 360), and the Undead Nightmare single and multiplayer content.
A jam-packed Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition will be hitting store shelves on October 11 for the 360 and PS3. The $49.99 collection will include the original game, all free and paid DLC released to date, including the Undead Nightmare set, and all bonus content. The full list of content is available below.
Ever since the undead invaded the world of Red Dead Redemption, not much has been going on with Marston and company. A weapon pack or two, but nothing too wild. Well, for those who are still saddling up, Rockstar has some good news: free DLC. The Myths & Mavericks Bonus Pack, including new multiplayer locations and characters, will go up on Live Marketplace and PS Network on September 13.