Red Dead Revolver 3dn edition is an arcade-style western third-person shooter video game published by Montana Hills Studios and developed by Golden Age Games, originally released in 2025. It is based upon the events that happened in original timeline in 1889 in the old wild west. Red Dead Revolver happened in our current timeline and in the original one too, but in the original 3dn edition was more or less more popular than Revolver.
The game's development stalled when it was dropped by Capcom. In 2019, Montana Hills purchased the game and expanded on it. Changing from a supernatural American western to a Spaghetti Western allowed the developers to add more blood and over-the-top characters, and best graphics.
The lead character appeared to be an amalgamation of various Western Red Harlow-inspired characters from assorted movies, mainly based on Red Harlow, with whom he shared many similar traits. The game reproduces a "grainy film" effect and uses music from many different Spaghetti Western soundtracks like the original Revolver.
The game allows the purchase of goods at local town stores. Goods range from general store items, which unlock extras, to guns and multiplayer characters. Each individual character has a unique ability which can be activated after so many kills or a certain amount of time. For example, Leg Johnson can quickly empty his guns on a single target or threat and Agustin Allende can shoot men with a bomb from his Explosive Rifle. Guns can be purchased at stores and are chosen before each mission. The game offers a wide selection of shotguns, rifles, thrown weapons, and of course, pistols. Weapon repair plays a minor role at the Gold Town gunsmith more or less or Thurlow Reese's wagon.
See Revolver Story. It's basically the same as the original Revolver story except that some characters are changed.
Red Dead Revolver 3dn edition was released is going to be released in North America on May 4, 2025 for the PlayStation 5, 6, and 7 and Xbox 720, and the new ones and it is going to be released May 5 in Europe and May 7 in Japan.
On December 19, 2026, Montana Hills Studio announced that the game had been added to the PS4 as a downloadable "PS5 Classic" for use on the PS4 and Xbox One.
Rumors of a remake are circulating around 2030, ever since Montana Hills showed a video of an Old West horseback rider running to Bear Mountains. The project was only known as "Old West Project".
Although not a known of a remake, on February 4, 2009, Red Dead Redemption was announced for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3.