Microsoft has announced that Rockstar Games’s open-world Western hit, Red Dead Redemption 2, will be coming to Xbox Game Pass on May 7. Unfortunately, this addition is exclusive to the console tier of the subscription service – there’s no word on when (or if) the title will be added to Xbox Game Pass for PC. (That version only came out in November, so maybe we should cut Microsoft some slack.)
“Now featuring additional Story Mode content and a fully-featured Photo Mode, Red Dead Redemption 2 also includes free access to the shared living world of Red Dead Online, where players take on an array of roles to carve their own unique path on the frontier as they track wanted criminals as a Bounty Hunter, create a business as a Trader, unearth exotic treasures as a Collector or run an underground distillery as a Moonshiner and much more,” Microsoft wrote.
Sadly, Rockstar Games’s other huge hit, Grand Theft Auto V, will be leaving Xbox Game Pass for Console on the very same date (May 7). Subscribers who want to continue playing are advised to pick up the game with their membership discount, which takes 20 percent off of the original price.