You’ll be able to return to Red Dead Redemption’s sweeping vistas later this week. The cowboy adventure will be available on Xbox One via backward compatibility.
The functionality will go live on Friday, July 8. In February, Rockstar’s open-world game was temporarily playable via the backward compatibility service. When it goes live, the service will support the base game, the Undead Nightmare expansion, and the Game of the Year edition.
The title currently sits at the third most requested backward compatible game, behind Call of Duty: Black Ops II and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Fans have been hopeful that Rockstar is working on a sequel, though nothing has yet been announced.