How many people have written it as ‘Read Dead Redemption?’ Can we get a LeVar Burton spinoff?
Well, it’s been about a year, and now PC fans can enjoy Red Dead Redemption 2. After this weekend that is!
Due on November 5, the PC edition sports enhanced visuals and a few minor extra bits of content, and will boast a 4K/60FPS upgrade. To wit, the new launch trailer is also 4K/60FPS, so you can get a general idea of what the game is going to look like below.
Clocking in at roughly 50 hours, replaying all of Red Dead 2is a tall order having just finished it in the past year. Although: I can’t resist giving the PC version a shot and seeing just how good it looks, and you knowthe modding community is going to go all-out.
Plus, the PC version of Red Dead Onlineis likely going to be the smoothest going forward, as Rockstar inevitably focuses on next-gen ports at some point just like they did with GTA V. Any time invested on PC is relatively safe!