Sony Offering Red Dead Redemption 2 First Access Content For PS4 Users
War. War never changes. Since the last revolution, two sides have been pitted against one another. To the left are those of House Green, and to the right are those of House Blue. What’s left is a community divided to its core. A community that once thrived. Once shared a common interest in the name of all that is good and moral. These days are filled with darkness, and the light is nothing but a distant memory to some. To many, this land is not ideal, but they do their best to survive. Surviving is all they’ve got. Console war. Console war never changes.
The latest fuel added to that flame is of the Early Access variety. Sony has announced that PS4 users will be treated to select online content for Red Dead Redemption 2 earlier than XBox One users. This, of course, just means that both consoles will be receiving the same content, but PS4 users will have a chance to earn it first. Don’t worry, XBox One users, you’ll get yours. You’ll just have to wait a little longer. Sorry.
“In addition, the PS3 classic Red Dead Redemption will be coming to PlayStation Now soon.”
But wait, there’s more! Sony also stated, “In addition, the PS3 classic Red Dead Redemption will be coming to PlayStation Now soon.” That’s right. If you are subscribed to Sony’s $19.99 a month service, PlayStation Now, you’ll get to re-play the first Red Dead Redemption at a later time. That’s, of course, provided that you don’t own a PS3 and have the original game. In that case, go play it! Then, play it again! After that, read this article, and then play it some more! XBox One users, if you have the original disc, you may play it at no additional cost because it was added to the growing list of backwards-compatible games back in July.
By the way, have you seen the teaser trailer?! It may be short, but it certainly is beautiful. What do you think? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all of your gaming news!
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