Red Dead Redemption 2 system requirements and pre-order info announced

  • Red Dead Redemption 2 system requirements and pre-order info announced

Red Dead Redemption 2 system requirements and pre-order info announced

Here's more from Rockstar Games on the current situation: "From now until October 22nd, you can pre-purchase Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC exclusively via the Rockstar Games Launcher and receive special bonuses - including two free classic Rockstar Games PC titles". The 150GB game will include graphical improvements as well as new guns, horses, items, and other accoutrements. Rockstar later fixed the feature when it released the game's 1.09 patch this past May.

Herman Zizendorf has been stealing tools from tradesmen-track him down in Blackwater.

It's no secret that the PC version of games are often considered the definitive editions when it comes to overall visual fidelity.

Bart Cavanaugh and his men are camping out in Big Valley. There will also be two new gang hideouts to fight through with new Del Lobos hideouts in Gaptooth Breach and Solomon's folly.

The treasure maps will be found in Landmarks of Riches and The Elemental Trail maps.

Few Spot Appaloosa: Beautiful and hardy, ideal for cross-country journeys. The Evans Repeater that was only offered in Red Dead Online before.

Red Chestnut Arabian: A fleet-footed beast with a distinctive coat (previously available in Red Dead Online only). A new mission called "To The Ends of The Earth" will have players searching out herbs for a range of rewards.

Cat Eye - permanently increases the length of Fortifying tonic effects by 20%.

The gist is that some Red Dead Online stuff has been copied over to the singleplayer mode, and new guns, horses, missions, hideouts, and trinkets should add a bit more variety to the world.

Crow Beak - permanently increases looted ammo by 10%. Not long after that, the pre-order system went live on the Rockstar Games Launcher. The game releases for PC on November 5 on the Rockstar launcher and the Epic Games Store, and then hits Steam in December.

To be honest, I was half expecting Rockstar to start talking about ray tracing when they got to the shadows and reflections part of their PC enhancements post, but alas, it doesn't look like Red Dead Redemption 2 will be getting support for Nvidia RTX cards after all. Still, when even the Xbox One X version of the game only runs at a locked 30fps according to our friends at Digital Foundry, even being able to play the game at 60fps will be a right treat compared to what's possible right now.