Red Dead Redemption 2 gets up to 70% off at Green Man Gaming

Ash Singh

Jump into the vast world of Red Dead Redemption 2, with the base game and Ultimate Edition now 65% and 70% off respectively.

Saddle up, cowboys, Rockstar’s open-world epic Red Dead Redemption 2 is galloping to unbelievably low prices at Green Man Gaming’s Shooter Sale. Both the base game and the Ultimate Edition bundle are seeing massive discounts above 60% off.

Selling over 44 million copies since launch, RDR2’s immersive frontier sandbox has rightfully earned its place in gaming’s hall of fame. As outlaw Arthur Morgan, players navigate the death throes of the Wild West while bonding with one of fiction’s most compelling ensembles.

With endless challenges across plains, forests, and settlements, Red Dead’s world rewards investment like no other.

Save big on Red Dead Redemption 2

For a brief time, RDR2 is 65% off – just $20.88 down from $59.99. The content-packed Ultimate Edition does one better at 70% off, now only $30.45 versus its original $99.99 MSRP. These sensational savings let thrifty gamers step into Rockstar’s masterwork at unprecedented value.

Ride with the brave but desperate Van der Linde gang through a tale of conviction and loss, now more affordable than ever thanks to these limited-time deals. You can finally saddle up to experience Arthur Morgan’s unforgettable journey across the dying West in magnificent style.

Take advantage of the first major price cuts on one of the most acclaimed games ever made. RDR2 is a generational work of interactive art, and you can add it to your library at a steal. Saddle up, partners – destiny awaits at the crossroads of history and progress.

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About The Author

Singh is a Games & toys Writer for Dexerto with a passion for gaming and technology. This self-proclaimed blizzard fanatic can usually be found slaying demons in Diablo or reading up on the latest tech when he isn't writing. A wanderlust spirit, Singh is often planning his next international adventure to cross off his bucket list