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Steam players: The Final Judgement and Al-Asad Operator Bundles content are not available on the Steam platform, as Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard are not available on Steam. However, for players who pre-order on Steam, the content will be available in Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard on all platform accounts linked to the Activision account. Call of Duty: Warzone or Call of Duty: Vanguard game required, sold/downloaded separately. Follow the steps below to link accounts.

Steam players: The Ghost Legacy Pack content is not available on the Steam platform as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) and Call of Duty: Warzone are not available on Steam. However, for Steam owners of the Vault Edition, the content will be available in Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) on all platform accounts linked to the Activision account. Call of Duty: Warzone or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) game required, sold/downloaded separately. Please note that the content may take up to 24 hours to distribute to your account. Follow the steps below to link accounts.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare / Call of Duty: Warzone on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series XS, or PC on required to redeem Ghost Legacy Pack. Sold/downloaded separately. Must be redeemed by October 28, 2023.

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Rockstar Games, the game's publisher, had a long-standing interest in creating a zombie game. They found the Red Dead Redemption universe and its American countryside to fit the cinematic heritage of the horror film genre. Rockstar wanted their additional content to function outside rather than within the base game's story, but draw on its characters and atmosphere. The company released Undead Nightmare as downloadable content for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms on October 26, 2010, and as a retail disc bundle with other downloadable content packs in late November.

Undead Nightmare received generally favorable reviews at its release, and the retail disc sold two million copies by 2011. It was praised as a model for downloadable content and named among the best of the year, with top awards from the 2010 Spike Video Game Awards and Shacknews in this category. Critics praised its production values and handling of the zombie video game motif, and noted its lightheartedness compared to the main game, although some reviewers struggled with the game's character movement controls and found the combat unvaried. It is retrospectively considered to be among the best downloadable content packs ever made.

Undead Nightmare is a modified expansion of the 2010 video game Red Dead Redemption,[1] an open world Western action-adventure in which the former outlaw John Marston is coerced by the federal government to capture former members of his gang in exchange for his family's freedom.[2] Undead Nightmare is an alternate timeline expansion that adds a new full-length story in a zombie horror theme and reworks the base game's environment to appear dark and spooky. As corpses begin to rise from the dead to become flesh-eating zombies, some of the living go into hiding and others become hostile.[1] John seeks to find the plague's cause and its cure for his infected wife, Abigail, and their infected son, Jack.[3] The game's story lasts about six hours and includes new cutscenes, voice acting, and music. It is accessed separately from the main game menu with its own save files.[1] It does not share play progress and items from the main game,[4] nor does it require the base game in any form.[5]

Following the 2010 release of the base game, Rockstar San Diego prepared and released a series of downloadable content packs, of which Undead Nightmare was one.[7] The Red Dead Redemption world was designed to be not necessarily serious but within the Western genre without regressing to "cheesy or camp" pastiche. After finding success, Rockstar wanted to make more content in keeping with the game's atmosphere. The team balanced the "inherently ridiculous" zombie concept with their horror aspects and some self-aware humor. They relied on the backstory of the universe's characters and popular associations with the American countryside to build the narrative's emotional content. In the game's canon, the Undead Nightmare scenario fits in the time between when John Marston returns home and the end of the base game, though the expansion's events do not cross the main story in any way.[8]

Houser said that reviews of the base game had little impact on the development of Undead Nightmare, though the team used the smaller downloadable content packs and patches to add features that others wanted in the main game. "I don't think we ever saw the phrase 'what this game is missing is the supernatural'", Houser recollected on the team's feedback and their interest in doing something that would not be expected by fans yet enjoyed nonetheless. "And that is part of what attracted us."[8] Hip hop musician Oh No made drum tracks for the expansion as preparation for his work on Grand Theft Auto V.[9] Rockstar released Undead Nightmare on October 26, 2010. Rockstar's Dan Houser said that the team was satisfied with their results and how the Red Dead Redemption world and zombie theme supplemented each other's context and depth.[8]

A standalone retail disc release of Undead Nightmare followed in late November 2010.[10] The release compiles the Undead Nightmare campaign with two smaller Red Dead Redemption download packs: "Legends and Killers" and "Liars and Cheats".[5] "Legends and Killers" adds more multiplayer features, such as challenges and maps. "Liars and Cheats" adds multiplayer versions of the tabletop bar games featured in the game's single-player campaign.[11] Since the base game and its expansion share the same multiplayer, Official Xbox Magazine described the standalone Undead Nightmare as the same as the original game save for having swapped its single-player campaign for a new one.[5] Rockstar Games released an additional multiplayer download pack, "Myths and Mavericks", in September 2011,[12] which included new multiplayer characters from the single-player story and new multiplayer locations.[13]

Reviewers noted the amount of work Rockstar put into the expansion's production.[1][6] GameSpot said that the expansion added significantly new features and kept the main game's best qualities in its presentation.[6] Whitehead (Eurogamer) wrote that Rockstar's effort appeared to challenge their constraints while other developers often aim for the bare minimum. The reviewer compared the game's reinvigoration to that of the download content created for Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto IV.[3] He also appreciated the continuity of the "apocalyptic" and melancholic ambience in which the base game considered the metaphorical extinction of the cowboy west while the expansion considered the literal extinction of civilization.[4] Critics noted ways in which Undead Nightmare borrowed zombie designs from the Left 4 Dead series.[1][4] This disappointed Eurogamer's reviewer in consideration of Rockstar's reputation as a pioneer rather than an imitator.[4] GameSpot's highlights from the game included its multiplayer, imaginative weaponry, mythical mounts, and eerie soundtrack.[6]

Critics praised Undead Nightmare as a model for downloadable content[1][4] especially in its balance of content and price.[1][16] Neil Davey (The Guardian) said that it was the best purchase of 2010 at its price range,[16] but staff of the Official Xbox Magazine found the price slightly too high.[5] Henry Gilbert of GamesRadar thought that the game's concept sounded like a ploy to make easy money without much work, but admitted how wrong and surprised he was at the game's depth.[17] At the time of its 2010 release, the Official Xbox Magazine counted Undead Nightmare among the best downloadable content in existence.[5] The standalone retail disc had sold two million units as of August 2011. No sales figures were released regarding the download pack itself.[20]

Undead Nightmare has been heralded among the best expansion packs ever produced for a video game.[21][22][23] Kotaku wrote of its originality, despite the trite zombie theme, and added that the expansion functioned best when Rockstar used the game's pretense to exercise their sense of humor, with undead versions of normal animals, and new mythical creatures. The reviewer related the game's level of entertainment to it being the first Rockstar release in years to "wholeheartedly embrace the inherently madcap nature of open world games".[21] Undead Nightmare took a good title and "put it over the top", as USgamer put it.[24] Hardcore Gamer cited the expansion as an example of downloadable content that would have never fit in the main game but instead let the developers explore other ideas.[25]

Installation1. Copy ScriptHookRDR2.dll to the game's main folder, i.e. where RDR2.exe is located.2. In order to load asi plugins you need to have asi loader installed, you can download it separately or use the latest version that comes with this distrib (dinput8.dll).3. This distrib also includes a sample asi plugin - native trainer, if you need a trainer then copy NativeTrainer.asi too.

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