Undead Nightmare to get retail disc

Undead NightmareSimilar to Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, Rockstar Games is releasing all the downloadable content for Red Dead Redemption in a single disc. Undead Nightmare, the upcoming disc, bundles together the Outlaws to the End cooperative mission pack, the Legends and Killers pack, the Liars and Cheats extensions, all multiplayer Free Roam modes released to date, and the upcoming Undead Nightmare pack.

The best part about Undead Nightmare: you don’t need a copy of Red Dead Redemption to play it. Having new single player missions and multiplayer content certainly doesn’t hurt either.

Undead Nightmare will cost $29.99 in the U.S. and 24.99/€29.99 in Europe. Unfortunately, no additional details were provided on the disc’s retail release in the Rockstar website, other than ‘soon’.

If you’re interested only in the Undead Nightmare pack, you can download it in Xbox Live for 800 Microsoft Points or PlayStation Network for $9.99. This requires a copy of Red Dead Redemption to play.

  • Let’s give some more time 😉 The POGI (Philippine Online Gaming Industry) is heading towards there. The major hurdles are [1] majority of the target market are iCafe players; [2] most iCafes can not or will not upgrade just because {this old game is still alive and it is giving them plenty of money}; and [3] Free-to-Play business model was very pre-maturely introduced, that weakened the industry a lot.

    #3 is IMO, the biggest mistake ever. They’re trying to introduce subscription based online games themselves, but eventually they go back to free-to-play. The gamers were spoiled already when the POGI was still young. There is no turning back now.

    The Industry is no different than kids. Teach them at their young age, do not spoil them, and they will grow with a sound logic and mind. Introduce free-to-play to a young Industry, mostly are new gamers, you just spoiled them. Now they all argue “it should be free, period”.

    Save what we can. Teach those who are willing to be taught.

  • I would have to disagree. 🙂 The industry as a whole has its own set of problems, but this doesn’t justify the lack of content in the games themselves. Game companies have entire departments working on the games (I should know, I used to work in one), so I don’t see why the publishers continue to take content for granted.

    I also don’t see why local gamers tolerate it since many of them are weaned on Western-developed PC games.