Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC

Rockstar Games makes some of the most stunningly-beautiful open worlds in gaming and they look best on PC without a doubt. The Red Dead Redemption 2 story is centered around nefarious cowboys seeking stability in a rapidly changing world where the lawless are becoming outlawed. Gameplay features such as riding horses, playing poker, and getting into hand-to-hand fights are what deliver on the immersive experience of the Red Dead Redemption 2 universe.





The PC version will feature improved volumetric lighting, improved tessellation, improved draw distance, and long shadows to name a few. There's a new photo mode which you can use to capture all of these features during player made cinematic moments. Features you would expect such as moving the camera up in increments, tilting, zooming, panning, changing focus and a handful of filters are all present for those with creative flair.



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Rockstar's attention to detail is what they're known for and players will be able to see that in model textures and NPC interactions. Mouselook implementation will make first-person exploration on the PC more enjoyable. Since GTA V, pad controls and view controls have been drastically improved which means those who want to play the game as an FPS will have a much better experience. Combining the frames-per-second performance and mouselook will significantly improve the way the game runs and plays.



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Customizable controls, altering FOV settings, and rebinding keys will be possible. Benchmark tests are still yet to be done but many critics believe that Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC will be highly scaleable. Red Dead Redemption 2 will launch with the addition of three new bounty hunting missions, new gang hideouts to raid, new treasure maps, new guns, new trinkets, and new horses. It's confirmed that Red Dead Online will be live on PC at launch, by Rockstar.



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Red Dead Redemption 2 is available on PC in less than a day, on November 5.

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