Due to some of the technical difficulties some gamers are having still with Red Dead Redemption, the good folks at Rockstar decided to ease your pain with free DLC this summer
... I'll buy this title full-price to support such good (free) DLC support.
But you still gotta pay to play online with 360 right?
This is the way it should always be, bloody consoles ruining free DLC.
yep... and..... Your not paying for the DLC are you.
Yeah, Buddy! I expect my copy to get deliverd this Saterday.
RockStar respect +100
I so can't wait for this. Now that I am finished with it 100% I am having a hard time putting it back in. Co-Op is exactly what is missing. True Co-Op that is.
Great news for a great game!
I love RDR and Rockstar gets a pat on the back for awesome customer service and continued support of their products!
rockstar really knows how to treat us, free dlc is right up my alley
and EA is gonna charge me for BC2 CoOP.....bs
after a bunch of free ones, and you're angry? did you think every dlc for bc2 would be free?
Those were on the bloody disc. None of those "dlc" pieces were new content just the same garbage maps with different parts of it open. DICE needs to stop being lazy and work for the sales.
Ahhhh now getting kicked from free roam isn't so bad-_-
dont know about anyone else but im just plane bord
with what... A. life B. your girlfriend C. work/school D. games E. Red dead... what, how ?
lol ill go with c and d i think
I hope that DLC is the equivalent of Episodes From Liberty City in terms of quality. The story could surround several of the characters in the game, or it could prequel. What I would love to see is the towns, ranches, and Blackwater all about 15 or 20 years in the future. Should make for some interesting things to do in single player, and hopefully free roam. With such a huge map to work with, as well as many areas to add gang hideouts and/or towns, the possibilities are great.
Free DLC FTW As if we needed another reason to play this game, played just over 50 hours so far according to the Stats.
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