Red Dead Redemption 2 Coming To PC
Official 4K Trailer Released
Rockstar Games is mostly known for two of its games Firstly, the Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Series and secondly Red Dead Redemption (RDR). Red Dead Redemption 2 was first released for Playstation 4 and Xbox One in October of 2018. After a year we are finally very close to getting the Windows PC version of the game. Rockstar Games came out with an official 4k 60 fps trailer for the game today.
New Features for the PC version of the game
There is not much difference between the console version and the PC version. There are some graphical improvement which will be beneficial for high-end gaming rigs like unlocked Framerate and resolution (resolution can go up to 4k and beyond), textures of different objects and better shadow quality.
New Weapons in the Story Mode
Some of these weapons were already available in the console version of the game but only in Red Dead the online. The Evans Repeater, Le Mat Revolver and High Roller Revolver are now also in the story version of the game. There is an all-new Semi-automatic pistol called M1899 Pistol.
GTA has cars and other vehicles but RDR 2 has horses as their primary mode of transportation. New horses added to the game are Few Spot Appaloosa, Red Chestnut Arabian, Warped Brindle Arabian and Perlino Andalusian. There are some variations of old horses as well. These include Liver Chestnut Morgan, Buttermilk Buckskin Kentucky Saddler, and Gold Palomino Tennessee Walker.
New Bounty Missions
Some of the New Bounty missions added to the PC version of RDR 2 are as follows
Bart Cavanaugh and his gang are camping out in Big Valley. Take Bart dead or alive without alerting his gang if you want to avoid a whole mess of trouble.
Ex-Confederate Cavalry Officer Camille de Millemont is wanted dead or alive out by Catfish Jacksons, but his loyal men are never far behind.
Herman Zizendorf has been stealing tools from tradesmen – track him down in Blackwater.
Get ready to get on your horse and explore the immensely vast world that Red Dead Redemption has to offer. The PC version of the game is currently on Pre-Order and will be able to download on November 5th 2019.