New Screens and Mission Details from the Red Dead Redemption Outlaws to the End Co-Op

Rockstar writes - "Today, we present exclusive screens and info from “The Kidnapped Girl” - another of the six all-new Co-Operative Multiplayer missions that will be available as a completely free download on June 22nd as part of the Red Dead Redemption Outlaws to the End Co-Op Mission Pack.

In “The Kidnapped Girl”, another gang has taken over Fort Mercer, and they’re holding a farmer’s daughter hostage.

You and your crew will need to charge the fort and eliminate the gang with all firepower necessary – then fend off enemy reinforcements as you transport the girl by stagecoach safely to her home at Ridgewood Farm."

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Prcko3055d ago (Edited 3055d ago )

I love read dead redemption,this mission pack is gonna be awesome!

Bigpappy3055d ago

I also love this game and love co-op. keeping the co-op free will move many more copies for sure.

Keep up the good work Rockstar.

jay23055d ago

I really can't think of a better game than this.

velaxun3055d ago

in no way is stalker better than this. However I haven't played the new one but i heard it's fairly similar to the first.

PrimordialSoupBase3055d ago (Edited 3055d ago )

It's similar in its concept and eons better in execution. Red Dead plays itself - zero challenge and zero reason to explore the acreage of the world that Rockstar built.

Like GTA IV that play space might be quite an achievement, but without a complementing design there is no enticing reason to explore any of it. A poorly balanced in game economy means all of your actions and rewards are meaningless.

It's time for Rockstar to embrace the RPG in full. Their games will reap dividends because of it. As it stands, Red Dead is a technical achievement and not a thing more.

ghostface3055d ago

can't wait for some free co-op.:}

Focker4203055d ago

Sounds good, I'm glad they're adding trophy support for the DLC. I wish you could do 8 player co-op, but 4 is still good.

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