Although Microsoft has not revealed its release date, but from now we know that Red Dead Redemption will be backward compatible with Microsoft next-Gen console Xbox One.

Xbox App Shows Red Dead Redemption as Backward Compatible With Xbox One


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In any case, it would appear that it will come to Xbox One soon. The Xbox App Store has listed Red Dead Redemption as a backward compatible for Xbox One. This implies that Xbox One users will soon have access to enjoy the western action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar San Diego and published by Rockstar Games.

Red Dead Redemption was released in 2010 for PS3 and Xbox 360 (sadly, not for PC). There are bit of gossips about its next iteration, but Rockstar has not revealed any new details on it.

Also for years, a lot of PC Gamers around the world wanted a PC version of Red Dead Redemption, but Rockstar never made any comment on it that will there be any PC version of RDR? Previously, the team leader of multiplayer designer, Kris Roberts, checks all hope for land. He said that there was ever an intention to have the Red Dead Redemption for PC. He also said that I’m shocked about Rockstar made a PC version of GTA V, GTA V was also never meant to be on PC.

“I don’t think was ever an intention to have a PC version of Red Dead Redemption . I was honestly very shocked when they did a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V. Obviously in development, we were all PC based and had it running for win32 clients for the entire development. But as far as licensing for the console and stuff, it was always going to be an Xbox 360 and Ps3 title. To the best of my recollection, we never even seriously talked about optimizing for PC.”

Red Dead Redemption 2 is rumored to be the next Rockstar game, yet there are fans who might want to see the arrival of Bully. The developer is presently finished with Grand Theft Auto V and can completely move to another task. What will that be? The truth will surface eventually.

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