Red Dead Redemption Is Finally Available On PC Via PlayStation Now

Red Dead Redemption is finally making its way to PC, thanks to Sony's decision of making the game available using their streaming service, PlayStation Now. With this decision, the Red Dead Redemption 2 can be played in time with its predecessor on the PlayStation 4. Rockstar fans would no doubt take advantage of this opportunity. But the only catch is that they should access the game with Sony's streaming service and PlayStation Now requires a subscription that costs about $10 for a month.

Red Dead Redemption Is Now On PC

In a blog post, Sony confirmed that they will make the PS3 version of the classic Red Dead Redemption available on PC via PlayStation Now. No exact date has been mentioned on the blog but the company added that it will be "soon." Once Red Dead Redemption becomes available on PS Now, players can choose to stream the game straight to their PCs or use their PlayStation 4 if available. Compared to Xbox 360, the Red Dead Redemption is available as a backwards compatible title.

Sony also added that Red Dead Redemption 2 will have timed-exclusive features online and that it will release the said title on PS4 first before other consoles like Xbox One. The company even revealed that the trailer of Red Dead Redemption 2 was played using the PlayStation 4 and not its upgraded version, the PS4 Pro. The trailer may have been short but it looked pretty stunning on the PS4.

Hit Titles From Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games has always been known to develop record-breaking titles that redefine gamers' concept of open worlds. Some of their best titles are Grand Theft Auto that really broke game records, the Midnight Club racing games and of course, the acclaimed Red Dead Redemption franchise with its tale of the Old Wild West that became a breakout hit even with seven years apart in the making.

Red Dead Redemption 2 will officially launch by fall next year for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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