Rockstar caught our pants some time ago when they announced Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC right out of nowhere.
Since then, new information has slowly begun to drip. First, we got official requirements that required 150 GB of storage space to be reserved.
Now the developer opened his mouth a little better. Red Dead Redemption 2 will be pretty graphically updated on PC. We get a larger drawing border, better lighting and more complex footprints in the snow. There will also be better reflection and higher resolution of the shadow for all distances. They also provided tessellation on tree textures, as well as improved grass and improved fur textures.
Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC also offers higher frame rates per second, widescreen support and 4K playback with added HDR. The latter were pretty lousy on consoles, so I hope they optimize the case for the PC.
Unfortunately, support for ray tracing effects has not yet been confirmed, which in fact would have gone wrong in RDR 2. I present the cycles of days and nights, and if something will sell RTX video cards, then this is definitely Red Dead Redemption 2 .
Rockstar has not yet released an official trailer, although the game has already been released November 5However, we received some official photos, which you can see below.