― Picture courtesy of Take-Two / Sony Interactive EntertainmentSAN FRANCISCO, Dec 2 ― Noted as a reference point for HBO drama Westworld, 2010 video game western "Red Dead Redemption" is being re-released for PC and PlayStation 4 from December 6 via subscription service PlayStation Now. Note that you will need a really good internet connection in order to play games on PS Now as flawlessly as possible.
Certainly, it is different from the Xbox One model wherein old games can be played in the platform natively. Granted it's just the original game running through a stream and it hasn't been properly optimized for PC, but PC users can finally play Red Dead Redemption regardless.
PlayStation 4 owners have always been grumbling about the absence of Rockstar's original Read Dead title in the console. 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. Will Rockstar Games grant the request? However Rockstar Games has confirmed that it will be released sometime in the latter months of 2017.
It has quite a long while that Red Dead Redemption 2 is in the headlines for all the rumours that have come up surrounding it. But if you do live in those areas, you can expect to pay $20 for a month of game streaming or $45 for three months worth of access.
The critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption and its zombie-themed DLC Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare are coming to PS Now.