Back in October, Sony announced Red Dead Redemption would be released through PlayStation Now. Today, 2K Games announced the release date.
Rockstar’s beloved Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Western adventure will hit Sony’s PS Now game-streaming service December 6. PS Now beams games from the cloud similar to how Netflix serves up films, and it is already available on PlayStation 4 and PC in North America, the U.K., Belgium, and The Netherlands.
This is the PS3 version of the game being brought to Now. Alongside it will be the acclaimed Undead Nightmare expansion, which introduces a new, zombie-themed campaign and an enjoyable Horde-style multiplayer mode.
Xbox One players have been able to play the game through backward compatibility since July.
Hopefully, this should tide RDR fans over until Red Dead Redemption 2 comes out next fall.