Everyone’s second favourite Red Dead game makes the leap to current-gen.
Red Dead Revolver, Rockstar Games’ 2004 western action-adventure title, is now available as a digital title on the PlayStation 4.
The game originally released on the PlayStation 2, but the description on the PlayStation Store page promises that Sony has given the title a “full 1080p up-rendering”, complete with “enhanced features such as Trophies, Shareplay, Remote Play, Activity Feeds and Second Screen support for game manuals with PS Vita or PS App.”
You can purchase and download Red Dead Revolver on the US PlayStation Store for $14.99, though no word yet on whether other regions will be receiving the game once their respective online stores update this week.
This news doesn’t come as a huge surprise to any Red Dead fans, as the game made a presumably accidental appearance on the PlayStation Store back in September, before quickly vanishing within hours of the discovery.
As for Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar’s critically acclaimed sequel to Revolver, well…neither the studio nor Sony have said a word, despite the fact that the game became backwards compatible on the Xbox One only recently.
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