Details Emerge About Final Red Dead Redemption DLC

on September 1, 2011 2:00 PM

While Red Dead Redemption has received plenty of DLC treatment from Rockstar Games, its steady stream will soon come to a close on September 13th. The final DLC pack, Myths & Mavericks, features a slew of new maps and character skins for the multiplayer portion of the game and will be free of charge as a final salute to those who braved the wild west by owning the game.

The new playable multiplayer characters are as follows:

Landon Ricketts
Vicente DeSanta
Drew MacFarlane
Deputy Eli
Deputy Jonah
Javier Esquella
Nastas
Uncle

Additionally, the following are a list of new maps, including which game mode each map is playable in:

Cochinay – Gold Rush, Shootout, Gang Shootout, Stronghold
Nekoti Rock – Gold Rush, Shootout, Gang Shootout
El Presidio – Gold Rush, Shootout, Gang Shootout
Plainview – Gold Rush, Shootout, Gang Shootout
Gaptooth Mine – Shootout, Gang Shootout
Pike’s Basin – Shootout, Gang Shootout
Perdido – Hold Your Own, Grab the Bag
Benedict Point – Hold Your Own, Grab the Bag
Beecher’s Hope – Stronghold
Torquemada – Stronghold
Armadillo – Stronghold
Chuparosa – Stronghold
Rio Bravo – Shootout, Gang Shootout
Tumbleweed – Stronghold

[Eurogamer]

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