Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most notable games in gaming history. It is no wonder it has become the 9th best-selling game of all time. Despite being a four-year-old game, it is still receiving praise and recently even got verified On Steam Deck.
Its popularity does not appear to decline any time soon. However, the first part of Red Dead Redemption was the one that set the foundation for the game we know today. It was released twelve years ago on May 18, 2010.
Recently, PlayStation Plus launched in France, which, paired with the PS Now, allows users to have the ability to play PS3 games on their new-gen console. Sony is offering 140 games, including Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare.
This is all interesting as users are getting a chance to experience these beautiful games. However, there is a twist. Rockstar Magazine spotted that both of these games have received a limited time duration for their availability of three months which lasts till October 17, 2022.
This is strange because a few days earlier, both of these games were set on the store without any time duration. What is even strange is the fact that among all 140 games, these two games are the only ones that get a time duration without any prior notice.
This might hint at an official remaster of both of these games by Rockstar because this was the same tactic Rockstar used to launch the GTA The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition.
All the previous Grand Theft Auto games, including GTA SA, GTA Vice City, and GTA III, were removed from the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store, and Steam before the announcement and release of the GTA The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition.
Not to mention, Rockstar always has a subtle approach and doesn’t directly notify the players of any upcoming update but rather hints at things, which is why many people are hooked on these cues. What are your thoughts about this? Share down below.
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