Red Dead Redemption is Coming to Game Pass and PlayStation Plus!

Red Dead Redemption is Coming to Game Pass and PlayStation Plus!
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The latest installment of Red Dead Redemption, which came out this year, might soon be available on Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Plus services.

With Red Dead Redemption 2 making its way back to the PlayStation Plus Game Catalog, it would be great to see the first game of the series join the lineup as well. There is a new leak suggesting that the original Red Dead Redemption, one of Rockstar Games’ most successful titles, might be making its way to both PS Plus and Microsoft’s subscription service Xbox Game Pass.

According to Reddit user u/Timtendo12, there is a possibility that RDR could be making its way to Xbox Game Pass and PS Plus. This speculation arises from the discovery of a hidden code string on the game’s website that references these services. The hidden code on the game’s website states: “Accessible for PlayStation Plus Premium on Nintendo Switch, PS3, PS4, and PS5, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and Xbox Game Pass for Xbox Series X|S.”

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Game Pass Possibility for Red Dead Redemption

Red Dead Redemption was initially released in 2010 and later made available on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2023. You can buy the game on the platforms where it’s available, or you have the option to add it to your account through a GTA + subscription, but that’s only possible on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

However, if the claim is accurate, individuals who have Xbox Game Pass and PS Plus memberships will have the opportunity to enjoy the initial installment of the series without any extra charges. The latest version will most likely be the one added to subscription services. The version, which garnered some criticism due to its $50 price tag, showcases a level of expertise that sets it apart from remasters or remakes. The game is priced at 1,249 lira in our country and includes bonus content from the Game of The Year Edition and Undead Nightmare DLC.

 

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