Red Dead Redemption, a Rockstar game released for PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Xbox 360 in 2010, was re-released on August 17th on the PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Nintendo Switch digital stores, with a physical edition of Scheduled for October 13th. Although not a remaster, the new version includes Portuguese subtitles and the DLC Undead Nightmares, which already contains a zombie apocalypse scenario set in the American Wild West.
Initially, it looks like this reboot won’t be coming to Xbox, but it’s worth mentioning that the original game already works fine on Microsoft’s new consoles via backwards compatibility. The re-release price in the US will be US$49, or about R$240, but the official price in Brazilian stores has yet to be revealed.
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A re-release is an adaptation of the original game for a new platform and is usually called a “port”. Therefore, in addition to resolutions compatible with modern TVs, graphics improvements are unpredictable.
Red Dead Redemption tells the story of outlaw John Marston as he experiences moments of intense action and drama in a fictional setting in the American Wild West. In fact, the game is also Rockstar’s sequel to Red Dead Revolver, but it’s usually not very memorable. The game, like the GTA series, is known for its realism and huge open world with several mission options.
Also like Red Dead Redemption 2. Part 1was released for PS4 and Xbox One in 2018, with a PC version coming in 2019. The second edition of the franchise brought even more realism and variety to gameplay, and added a fully online mode. This was his one piece of great news. However, this has no predictions or mention of a possible reopening in the near future.
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