Report – Red Dead Redemption cost $100 million during development

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 19 May 2010 15:29 GMT

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According to a report from the Daily Mail – of all places – Red Dead Redemption cost over $100 million during its development period.

The online article quotes: “Makers Rockstar Games are thought to have spent up to $100million on the long-awaited project.”

And before you ask, no, the publication isn’t actually bashing the Rockstar San Diego western – as far as we can tell anyways.

Read the full thing here.

Red Dead Redemption is out now in the US, with a UK release on Friday for PS3 and 360. It’s totally the best game ever, according to most reviews.

It gets its first DLC in the form of co-op and more next month.

Thanks, MaxConsole.

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