Red Dead Redemption, one of the most famous action adventure developed by Rockstar Games was released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and not for PC. The game managed to sell over 12 million copies on the last gen consoles only, barring one of the most populated gaming community, the PC gamers.

In October, it was announced that the game will be coming to the PC via PlayStation Now, a game streaming service launched by Sony for the PC gamers which requires a subscription fee and the game rental charges. News of the day is that the Red Dead Redemption will be making its way to the PlayStation Now service next week from December 6th, finally a moment of joy for the PC gamers. The game, along with its expansion Undead Nightmare will be available in the PS Now service.

Back in October, Rockstar Games teased the sequel of the Red Dead Redemption for two days and then officially revealed the game with its first trailer. The game is under development and will be released during the Fall next year for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Just like the previous installment, the sequel was also not announced for the PC which disappointed the PC gaming community who later launched a petition on Change.org demanding the studio to port the game for the PC platform as well. Some analysts believe that the game will be released for PC some months later, just like the release of Grand Theft Auto on PC.

Red Dead Redemption was made backwards compatible for Xbox One this July that led to increase in the sales of the game with a very great margin.

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