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Red Dead Redemption DLC out today

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Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption gets its first downloadable content add-on today.

The new levels, together called Outlaws to the End, will be availabe for both the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game - reviewed here. The download comes over Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network (PSN).

Outlaws to the End

Networking is key: Outlaws to the End has been designed for co-operative multi-player action.

Outlaws to the End

In one level, The Kidnapped Girl, another gang has taken over Fort Mercer, and they’re holding a farmer’s daughter hostage. You and your fellow players 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.

Outlaws to the End

You'll get the general gist from the screenshots.

Yee-har, etc, etc. ®

Outlaws to the End
Outlaws to the End

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