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Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare official trailer

14 Oct 2010

Ever wondered what would happen if the typical zombie-movie scenario was applied to the Wild West? No? Well, here's your chance to find out anyway! Rockstar has just released the official trailer for Undead Nightmare, the upcoming DLC for Red Dead Redemption that will see John Marston scouring the Western plains for a cure to an infectious plague.

Undead Nightmare contains a full new single-player story, new gameplay and multiplayer modes, new weapons, zombie animals, mythical creatures and a brand new secret location.

According to a press release from Rockstar, the DLC will release "very soon" for download via PlayStation Network (approximately $20) and Xbox LIVE (800 Microsoft Points).

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