It seems that Rockstar Games has no plans to remaster Red Dead Redemption in the near future; however, it is possible that very soon the fans of the series can play the prequel on PlayStation 4.
The classic PlayStation 2 title Red Dead Revolver has just landed on the PlayStation 4 through PS2 Classics. This morning, Red Dead Revolver appeared in the Australian PlayStation Store and, according to the website, the game will be released in digital format today on 13 September at a cost of $22.95 AUD (about $17 USD).
From the pictures we can assume that this is the PlayStation 2 version emulated for the new console. Red Dead Revolver has a weight of 2.67 GB, and is highly enjoyable adventure that at the time of its launch it met with some huge success.
Red Dead Revolver is a game of third person action in which we live with a story of revenge. Bandits killed our family when we were young and years later we worked as a bounty hunter bringing the criminals to justice as we struggle to unravel the mystery about our past trying to discover who killed our family.
Although the page was removed soon after its brief presence which indicated that, starting today, this title could also be available in America. Recall that the PlayStation Store is usually updated on Tuesdays.
Red Dead Revolver originally debuted in 2004 for PlayStation 2 and Xbox. However, the series began to take relevance to the exit of Red Dead Redemption in 2010.
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