Red Dead Redemption keeps getting some new content regularly and you all know that. You might also remember that, when all the upcoming packs were first announced, one of them was mentioning zombies. Well, you know what? It will actually be the next DLC to come and you can see the very first images inside, and read the press release to know more about what it has to offer. To be honest, we are a bit curious to see why they have decided to bring the undead into the Wild West equation. It is maybe a long shot, but it might just be the best RDR DLC released so far. After all, it's a nightmare, so maybe there is a logical explanation to all this. Update: Trailer added.
This fall, prepare yourself for a shocking original experience introduced to the world of Red Dead Redemption - with the Undead Nightmare Pack.
Unleashed upon the world of Red Dead Redemption, the Undead Nightmare Pack will feature an entirely new mostly single-player campaign that follows John Marston as he tries to find a cure for the highly infectious zombie plague that has spread across the frontier.
In addition to this epic new single-player adventure, The Undead Nightmare Pack also features brand new gameplay mechanics, weapons, zombie animals, mythical creatures and even a brand new secret location. All this, plus some exciting new multiplayer modes and much more to be revealed very soon.
The Undead Nightmare Pack will be available simultaneously for download via
PlayStation®Network ($9.99) and Xbox LIVE® (800 Microsoft Points).
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Did they remake Toejam & Earl? The original creator kickstarted a sequel but that's not out. (39 minutes ago)
All my good times with Sega come from the 80's. So, I can't really relate. I didn't dare try to play the remake of Toejam & Earl. (59 minutes ago)
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