The ultra popular titles will be playable on the PS4 starting on December 6.
Yes, you’re going to have to wait a while until you can get your hands on Red Dead Redemption 2. Until the much anticipated sequel is released sometime next fall, you can get your fix with the original, even if you don’t have an Xbox One.
Sony announced yesterday on Twitter that the game is going to be available on the PS4 through its PS Now service. Not only will the original game be playable on the platform, but you’ll also be able to play the very popular DLC, Undead Nightmare.
Both game modes have been available on the Xbox One through their backwards compatibility program but Sony is finally matching it’s rival in that area. The two titles will be available on the PS Now starting on December 6, 2016. That means you’ll have just enough time to beat both before Red Dead Redemption 2 is available for current generation consoles in the fall of 2017.