I think you can agree with the statements that Red Dead Redemption 2 on the PC passed a false start. The number and size of patches issued by the manufacturer testify to this best, and some of the errors can cause a lot of surprise.
Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC with a funny error – a better computer, a slimmer hero
Almost exactly a week ago we reported that Red Dead Redemption 2 in the PC version was enriched with a large patch solving the most troublesome of the errors, including the one causing problems running the game. It was certain, however, that it would not end there, because Rockstar still has a lot to do here. As a result, another large patch has just been released.
Thanks to it, we managed to eliminate, among others, one ridiculous, but in the long run annoying mistake. Comments have appeared on the network that in Red Dead Redemption 2 on the PC the main character behaves slightly differently than on consoles – noticeably faster losing weight. It turned out that the better the computer and the higher the fps (frame rate), the more noticeable the weight loss of the hero. With a really powerful PC, it became bothersome – 120 fps is about four times faster drop in the hero's weight compared to gameplay. And the lighter hero is here the weaker hero.
The new patch solves this and many other problems with PC Red Dead Redemption 2
What's more, it turned out that a higher fps value simultaneously translates into a faster passing day and differently changing weather conditions (e.g. short storms). The mistake found was really wide here. If they ever appeared similar, they were not as spectacular as this one.
This new patch fortunately resolves this and many other shortcomings of Red Dead Redemption 2 in the PC version. You can read the full list of changes at manufacturer's official website. Don't expect this to end, however.
The game can now be found at the Rockstar Games Launcher and Epic Games Store. In December it will be on Steam. There were comments that it was then that the opportunity to buy the game in the shape in which it should be on the day of release will appear. It seems that they were quite accurate.
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