Rockstar has announced that Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare will be released on a standalone playable disc this Friday. The expansion pack was originally released as downloadable content on October 26th.
Undead Nightmare features both a new single player campaign for Red Dead Redemption’s protagonist John Marston and all new multiplayer features.
“Undead Nightmare makes an entirely new game from Red Dead Redemption’s amazing open world,” said Sam Houser, Founder of Rockstar Games.
“The Western frontier is completely transformed into a classic zombie-horror fight for survival.”
For more information on Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, be sure to check out these posts from October featuring information about the Undead Nightmare TV Trailer, the Gameplay Trailer and the first teaser trailer.
The Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare disc also comes with every other bit of DLC for the western game released to date. This includes:
- Outlaws to the End— Co-Op mission pack where players team up to complete up to six unique missions set throughout the world of Red Dead Redemption;
- Legends and Killers — multiplayer pack which adds nine maps, eight characters from Red Dead Revolver, and the Tomahawk weapon;
- Liars and Cheats — multiplayer pack that adds new modes, including Stronghold, Horse Racing, Liar’s Dice and Poker, along with new characters and the Explosive Rifle. (Be sure to check out this post from September for more information about Liars and Cheats)
- And finally, Undead Nightmare includes all Red Dead Redemption Multiplayer Free Roam modes, challenges and achievements/trophies released to date.
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare will be released on Friday 26th November with a RRP of £24.99. However, many retailers have the game listed at lower prices including Play who are selling Undead Nightmare for £17.99, while GAME have it listed for £19.99.
So Train2Game, if you didn’t download Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, are you interested in buying it now that it’s on disc? Do you think that the price represents good value for money? Or are you already long done with Red Dead Redemption?
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