Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC is coming, and now we see some graphical settings
New details about Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC are coming out. This time, a user of the “GTA Forums” forum revealed some PC settings in the RDR2 mobile companion application that suggest that a PC version is in the process of development. What is even more interesting is that it’s not just the remnants of the GTA V settings, as there are differences between the settings of the two games, including the support for the “DirectX Feature Set 12_1”, which means Red Dead Redemption 2 will run on the latest Microsoft API, DirectX 12 API.
Now some settings have turned into sliders, for example, Refresh Rate. It seems that Rockstar has implemented some news in the R * Editor menu and now every graphic setting has the Ultra option, which is absent from Grand Theft Auto V. The fact that we have the opportunity to see such leaks should not be overlooked and it means we are getting closer to the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 and PC.
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How do we know about Red Dead Redemption 2 PC?
We already have enough information about the arrival of RDR2 and the King’s platform so that we can no longer consider it a simple rumor, and in the past not so far we have witnessed all kinds of information about this project; information we put on a list:
- In the source code of the Rockstar Social Club, a reference (“RDR2_PC_Accomplishments”) has been found confirming that the PC version will have the same GTA V achievements that you will unlock by performing various in-game goals.
- CEO Take Two responded to a question about RDR2, saying that there would be no negative factor in the release of the game and the PC.
- Red Dead Redemption 2’s PC version appears on LinkedIn profiles of several Rockstar employees.
- Perhaps the most important data leakage related to RDR2 for PC is a video uploaded to YouTube in which a tester has filmed with the phone what appears to be the graphical settings menu of the game.