Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar’s epic western is the next rendition of 360 games to join the Xbox One backward compatibility program. This information was confirmed by Rockstar Games via a web announcement. Gamers who have already purchased the game for Xbox 360 will now be able to use their Xbox One system to play.
“Red Dead Redemption Xbox 360 owner will be able to play the game directly on their Xbox One, regardless of which version of the game they own: Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare and Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition,” the publisher added.
For members of Xbox Live who don’t own the game, they will be able to purchase a digital download of Red Dead Redemption from the Xbox Games Store this Friday. It was unclear if the game will include all renditions as well as DLC.
This game is one that fans have been begging for ever since Xbox announced the backwards compatibility feature. The title serves as a platform for gamers to spend ample amounts of time in the game. It offers many main, side and various other quests for the player to choose. Similar to Skyrim this title’s loyal fans are getting exactly what they asked for.
It will be very interesting to see what games come next for Xbox and its immensely popular feature. For all your information about new backwards compatibility games, along with all other gaming news keep it here.