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Why I'm so Excited to Try the Pc Version of Red Dead Redemption 2

Updated on October 25, 2019
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Red Dead Redemption 2
Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 is undoubtedly one of the best games and for me, it was the best game I played for 2018 because it provided an excellent story in an open, living world. I am a PC player and during my experience on home gaming devices, I always wondered what it would be like if it were released on the PC. After we recently got a great presentation that showcased her wonderful world and a lot of information, let me explain why I am excited about the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2.

Graphics (is clear):

Video games have always been in love because of the continuous evolution of their technologies, where we always get new things in the industry and visual power higher than the previous year. The game Red Dead Redemption 2 amazed me with the beauty of its graphics when I tried it on the PlayStation 4 Pro and also had wonderful animation (animation) and lighting and the world and even the models of the characters were beautiful, and all these things were achieved on relatively old devices and if you play on the PlayStation or Xbox Basic We are talking about processors and graphics cards from 2012.

Technical limitations are not limited to PCs unlike home gaming devices, even Rockstar itself has said that Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC is “the best version of Arthur Morgan's story and the Open World gang”. The developer also talked about upcoming PC version changes such as increased visibility, lighting quality, reflections, quality of character details and environmental elements such as grass and trees, support for 4K resolution and open frame rate.

Despite the beauty of the home gaming version, I am confident that the PC version will take the game to the second level. We don't know if the game will support ray tracing, but I hope that it will be supported to get a light similar to what we saw in the game Metro Exodus, which created this topic and I think Red Dead Redemption 2 will be amazing with this technology because of its atmosphere and its world.

The PC version of the Grand Theft Auto V is undoubtedly the best version of the game and we all know Rockstar's talent for game development so I expect that we will get the title with the same care we are used to lately.

Performance (is clear again):

The game Red Dead Redemption 2 on the consoles up to 30 frames per second, I know it was fun though and there were not many drops in the world, but thirty frames per second remain thirty frames per second and do not reach the quality of 60 frames per second or higher. Because of the higher frame rate, we will get smoother gameplay, better animation, and faster response, and I expect that many agree with me on this.

The only thing I was constantly thinking about while playing the PS4 Pro game was: How would you be if you tried it on a computer at a higher frame rate? For me fighting and aiming at the keyboard and mouse has a special taste and better stages of the control of the home gaming devices, but we have to wait only three weeks to judge properly.


Mods, or mods, are one of the most interesting things about the PC version of Red Dead Redemption. For me, modifications are also what make the PC gaming experience much better. I added a lot of mods to the GTA V game that made my experience better and when I finished it I downloaded several modifications that made the game funny and fun. Certainly, I have uploaded a lot of modifications to several other games like Skyrim, The Witcher, and Game Dev Tycoon which made the gameplay and graphics better.

According to the huge amount of modifications available in the previous title of the company, I have great hope for the community of adjusters and I know that there will be a lot of useful modifications that will make the experience better in addition to the amendments that will add completely new things, including funny and will increase the fun and will make the graphics better than it is currently.

I knew from the beginning that we would see the game on the PC, but I was delighted to announce it, which was a feast for the PC gaming community. Now we have to wait for only three to three weeks to try it out and see what the full changes Rockstar have done.

Red Dead Redemption 2 will be released on PC on November 5 at Rockstar Game Launcher and Epic Games Store, while it will be released in December at the popular Steam Store. I'm excited to try it, are you excited? Share your comments with the comments below!

© 2019 Jaber Khater


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