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Rockstar Makes It Official, Red Dead Redemption Now Available on Xbox One Backwards Compatibility
After so many rumors and leaks, Red Dead Redemption is now available on Xbox One. Players can now play the game via Xbox One backwards compatibility. If you own the game on Xbox One you can freely play it via BC on Xbox One. All versions of the base game are now backwards compatible on Xbox One.
This includes Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare and Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition. Red Dead Redemption was a highly demanded Xbox One game that is now playable thanks to Microsoft’s BC feature.
Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Gets Red Dead Redemption
The Xbox 360 version of Red Dead Redemption – the epic story of reformed outlaw John Marston’s journey across the American frontier to hunt down the members of his former gang – is now backward compatible on Xbox One. Digital game owners now have instant access to the game on Xbox One, so they can download it from the “Ready to Install” section of their Xbox One and play it at will. Physical game owners can just pop the Xbox 360 game disc into their Xbox One and download the game.
All versions of the game (Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare and Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition) are compatible on Xbox One. And for those who did not experience it the first time around, the fright-filled Undead Nightmare story is available for download from the Xbox Games Store. Furthermore, anyone who doesn’t already have Red Dead Redemption as part of their collection can now get it directly from the Games Store on Xbox One.
The catalog of backwards compatibility is increasing by the month. Many great games are already a part of it. However, not every game can be added. Licence and copyright issues prevent many titles to release on backwards compatibile library.
Red Dead Redemption is one of the games that had this issue but both Microsoft and Rockstar managed to sort it out.
Head to the comments below and let us know which games would you like to see added to Xbox One backwards compatible library.