'Red Dead Redemption 2' Latest News, Updates: Game Now Playable In PS4 And Xbox One

By Maris L , Updated Dec 08, 2016 08:57 AM EST

Gamers around the world are still in the lookout for fresher, exciting role-playing games with unique and out-of-the-box storylines. And now, they are gripping of the release of "Red Dead Redemption 2" sooner, as it was being told to be much better than its predecessors, "Red Dead Revolver" and "Red Dead Redemption 1".

As gamers know by heart, the game was produced by Rockstar San Diego, and had it published through Rockstar Games. Since 2004, it has been making console gamers experience a Western style of storyline about a criminal named John Marston, doing his very best to rescue back his wife and son taken as hostages, in exchange for his surrender to the authorities.

And now, the game has just released. But, what particular game hardware can this game be played? Gotta Be Mobile has some details for that. Good news! Xbox gamers and PS4 users can have the chance to play this game. But, sadly, according to the site, it is still unconfirmed until the moment of this publishing that "Red Dead Redemption 2" will also be coming for PC, particularly Windows 8.

But, it doesn't mean that if "Red Dead Redemption 2" won't possibly be available for PC, its users won't be able to play its previous editions. However, be sure to save more money than before, PC users because Sony has brought back its subscription way of playing the game, with $100 annual subscription, as reported by Mobile & Apps.

Of course, this will also come for other exclusive game titles of the franchise for the PC. So, it seems the price won't matter anymore. But just a bit of advice: Be alert. It comes for a limited time only! For those who wanted to just experience the game a bit, you can avail the seven-day free trial, as Game Spot furthered. It's now or never gamers!

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