Red Dead Redemption coming to PlayStation Now next week

Play Red Dead Redemption On PC Via Play Station Now

Gaming Play Red Dead Redemption On PC Via Play Station Now

The news is just confirmation of Rockstar Games' promise during their big announcement for "Red Dead Redemption 2".

Come December 6, "Red Dead Redemption" can be played on the PC but limited to gamers who have a PlayStation Now Service (PSN) account, the PlayStation Blog reported.

In October, Rockstar Games announced that "Red Dead Redemption 2" would finally make it into the market by 2017.

Red Dead Redemption is already available on Xbox One as part of that system's backward compatibility with the Xbox 360. PS Now gives players access to a fairly large and ever-growing library of games, including PlayStation exclusives such as Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, The Last of Us, and numerous games in the God of War, Uncharted, Ratchet and Clank, and Sly Cooper franchises.

Of course, only the PS3 version of the game will be available for Playstation Now. Many are actually wondering on how far the developers have gone on their Western open-world game.

If you want to play Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption on PC you can either wait for the PS3 emulator to get good or you can slap down $100 a year for a PlayStation Now subscription. Rockstar is yet to comment on this as there is still no official statement regarding the developer's plan to release "RDR 2" to other consoles other than Xbox One and PS. The company had announced that the original game would be released via PlayStation Now.

Hopefully they continue to extend that philosophy of proper PC ports to Red Dead Redemption 2 since they've basically given up on doing a proper port of the first game to PC. There's an online petition to bring "Red Dead Redemption 2" to the PC at change.org.

The trailer released by the maker of the game Red Dead Redemption 2 has revealed that the users of the gaming console PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The service costs $20 a month, or $45 for three months.

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