Xbox App Shows Red Dead Redemption as Backward Compatible

By   /   Mar 31, 2016
Red Dead Redemption PC

For a while now we have known that Red Dead Redemption will be backward compatible for Xbox One. However, Microsoft didn’t share its release date.

But it looks like it will come to Xbox One soon. Xbox App Store has listed Red Dead Redemption as backward compatible for Xbox One. This means that Xbox One users may soon be able to play this classiC Rockstar game.

Red Dead Redemption as backward compatible

Red Dead Redemption released in 2010 for consoles. There are rumors of Red Dead 3 but so far Rockstar hasn’t shared any details on their next project, so we can only speculate.

Red Dead 3 or Red Dead Redemption 2 is rumored to be the next Rockstar game but there are fans who would like to see the return of Bully. The developer is now done with Grand Theft Auto V and can fully shift to a new project. What will that be? Only time will tell.

Would you like to see Red Dead 3 from Rockstar next? Or is there another franchise you have in mind? Share what you think in the comments below.

Featured Videos

Hot Right Now

Next Batman Arkham

Next Batman Arkham Could be Batman Arkham Insurgency, Announcement in March?

Warner Bros. is about to make an important announcement on March 8, 2017. There's no official...

by   /   15 mins ago
AMD Ryzen CPU

The AMD Ryzen CPU Hits The Right Marks, Just Needs Right Price

The AMD Ryzen CPU was demoed recently and what a demo it was. AMD showed that the upcoming AMD...

by   /   Dec 15, 2016
Death Stranding leak

New Death Stranding Leak Revealed The Name Of Norman Reedus’ Character

Hideo Kojima rocked the internet with the reveal of Death Stranding trailer at The Game Awards...

by   /   Dec 15, 2016
Video Game Remasters

Untold Stories of Video Game Remasters – the Good, Bad, and Ugly

In today’s video, we discuss something subjective – are video game remasters good or bad? And...

by   /   Sep 9, 2016
Video Game Villains

Top 10 Invincible Video Game Villains Who Just Won’t Die, No Matter What

We all are accustomed with video game villains and the story usually concludes with the fall of...

by   /   Aug 18, 2016
Load More