After making the much-requested game backwards compatible today, Rockstar has discounted most of Red Dead Redemption‘s DLC to free on Xbox One.
The Legends and Killers, Liars and Cheats and Outlaws to the End DLC packs come at no cost, as do the Myths and Mavericks and Hunting and Trading expansions.
Not included is the more sizable Undead Nightmare DLC, nor are the smaller cosmetic downloads; War Horse, Golden Guns and Deadly Assassin will all set you back a dollar.
The main game is currently discounted to $10.79 (£8.74) or $7.49 (£6.24) for Xbox Live Gold members, while Undead Nightmare comes in at $9.99 (£6.75).
If you’re in the UK, and want to be super-efficient, buying the Undead Nightmare collection – which bundles the main game and the expansion – gets you the lot for £13.49 (the US version doesn’t have the same discount, sorry).
It seems like a fair few people didn’t wait for the discounts, however – after backwards compatibility was announced, Amazon sales of the game shot up 6000%.
So we’ve got the old game – what of a new one? People think it’s on its way after a map from a sequel seemingly leaked.