Red Dead Redemption 2 Offers First Access to “Select Online Content” for PS4

Details to be revealed “soon”.

Posted By | On 20th, Oct. 2016 Under News


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Sony seems to have struck a deal with Rockstar Games for the PS4 version of Red Dead Redemption 2. According to a recent PlayStation Blog post, PS4 users will be receiving “first access to earn select online content”. Details will apparently be revealed soon so you can begin speculating on the nature of the content.

It’s likely to be something akin to Sony’s deal with Activision for Call of Duty which brings DLC map packs to PS4 one month prior to Xbox One and PC. If Red Dead Redemption 2 receives free online content updates similar to Grand Theft Auto Online, it’s possible that PS4 users receive early access compared to Xbox One users.

What are your thoughts on Red Dead Redemption 2 offering such a deal to PS4 users? Let us know in the comments below and watch the reveal trailer for the game below. It’s fairly pretty even with the Fall 2017 release date seeming a ways off.


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  • crazy_black_man-

    Things are happening just as they should. More marketshare means more priority support.
    https://a.disquscdn.com/get?url=https%3A%2F%2Fpbs.twimg.com%2Fmedia%2FCvOVXJqWIAAu_lD.jpg&key=Yd6_xXq0ogl7czn_qxwKgw&w=800&h=502

    • Mark

      So then what do u make of Witcher 3, The Division, BF1, etc?

    • crazy_black_man-

      They all run better on the PS4.

    • Mark

      Well true, but that ain’t tha point. U said more marketshare means more priority support. So I countered with those games above that Microsoft had marketing rights to. Although I hear what ur sayin, I simply see it that Sony pays devs to market said game just like Microsoft does….

    • crazy_black_man-

      It’s plainly obvious that outide of paying extra for exclusive content that Sony is a better partner than Microsoft. There. You made me say it. They like Sony better than M$, and then there is the 20 something million more PS4 consoles out in the wild, and M$ keeps harping about Scorpio while ignoring their current failed console.

    • Mark

      First, it isn’t “exclusive content”, aka Destiny style DLC. It’s “first access to online content”. This is like COD PS4 DLC, which is no big deal. Second, according to ur reasoning, that Sony’s the better partner, then I could say CD Project Red, or even Bethesda, 2 of the top studios out, begs to differ. So maybe u could explain that one to me. Last, Microsoft’s releasing Xbox Live updates with new features quarterly, so maybe both of our defenitions of “Ignoring” is extremely different.

    • crazy_black_man-

      The only new major feature they haven’t released or figured out yet is how to keep from having to reboot the console because of the bloated OS having all the other useless features.

    • Mark

      Ahaha c’mon. I rarely ever reboot. I could keep this thing running for quite a long time without havin any issues. However, the UI was admittedly suckass at launch. Not anymore tho. And of course u think it has a bunch of useless features…u ain’t even got a box boi!

    • crazy_black_man-

      Xbox live is down again. Your digital games don’t work. What a joke.

    • Mark

      Well even if it is, I don’t care, wasn’t on Gears tonight anyway. Was listening to a conspiracy podcast. Eh is there a chance ur salty over this, son? My math is usually good, so I’ll see what u say.

      http://segmentnext.com/2016/10/22/psn-is-down/

  • Mr Xrat

    All that pleading Xgimps did, all for nothing.

    At least it’ll be slightly higher res on the Shitpio and still look worse thanks to worse upscaling!

    • Nintengods

      Makes sense because there’s literally no games on P$4 in 2017 either. That dynamic 1530×1800 resolution dropping to 1100×620 with 1080P textures will sure look incredible on the P$4 prolapse, right?

      Shame no one will own a P$4 in 2017 since everyone will be making the Switch to a better console. The Nintendo Switch 🙂


 

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