New PlayStation Plus update re-introduces Red Dead Redemption 2 – Polygon

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PlayStation Plus is Sony’s equivalent of Xbox’s Game Pass service, and games come and go from the catalog over time. While not every game is on the service, and some rotate out, it’s still an excellent way to play a selection of great games from the last decade. For instance, Rockstar’s epic cowboy saga Red Dead Redemption 2 will soon be available on PlayStation Plus after a long absence, along with a handful of other intriguing titles.

The May lineup for PlayStation Plus’ game catalog (arriving May 21) includes Red Dead, as well as the spy vs spy royale Deceive Inc., co-op crime heister Crime Boss: Rockay City, adorable cat-themed classic RPGs Cat Quest and Cat Quest 2, and survival simulator Stranded: Alien Dawn. That’s a smorgasbord of well-received games that can be sampled, which is a nice perk of PlayStation Plus.

Red Dead Redemption 2 has a long campaign, but one that’s well worth exploring. The story of Arthur Morgan and the van der Linde gang is a slow motion trainwreck, with their criminal camaraderie slowly cracking under the pressure of the encroaching civilization and law that comes with it. In addition, Red Dead Online is a fun cowboy sandbox with a much more light-hearted tone, and it comes as part of the package with Red Dead Redemption 2 (though it’s no longer being updated).

When the PlayStation Plus content library is refreshed, players lose access to titles that have been removed from the service. So if you’re playing Horizon Zero Dawn or another title set to be removed through PlayStation Plus, you have until May 21 to wrap up. There’s a section marked “last chance to play” under the Collections page on the PlayStation 5, or the Games Catalog page on the PlayStation 4.


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