Red Dead Redemption and Undead Nightmare Coming to PlayStation Now | Games | Geek.com

After many years of anticipation, Rockstar Games finally announced Red Dead Redemption 2 in October. To capitalize on this announcement, Microsoft released the first Red Dead Redemption and its DLC, Undead Nightmare, on Xbox One through backwards compatibility. It looked as if the PlayStation 4 user base would be left out of the party since Sony’s console doesn’t feature direct backwards compatibility. However, these folks will soon be able to play the game by means of the PlayStation Now streaming service.

PlayStation Now is currently available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, select 2015 Sony TVs, select Samsung Smart TVs, and select Sony Blu-ray players. The service is also available for PC users. Oddly enough, Red Dead Redemption was never released on PC so having it on PlayStation Now finally brings it to the platform. 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.

If you aren’t subscribed to PlayStation Now, you can check out a seven-day free trial of the service to see if it’s something you would enjoy. Note that you will need a really good internet connection in order to play games on PS Now as flawlessly as possible. The service costs $20 a month, or $45 for three months. You can read more about PlayStation Now by following this link.

As for Red Dead Redemption 2, we don’t know much about it at this time. Hopefully, we’ll get more information during tonight’s Game Awards show. Whatever the case may be, expect this title to be released sometime during the fall of 2017 (barring any typical Rockstar delays, of course).

Red Dead Redemption and Undead Nightmare Coming to PlayStation Now | Games | Geek.com

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