An Update Just Went Live To Address Issues In Red Dead Redemption 2 For PC

An Update Just Went Live To Address Issues In Red Dead Redemption 2 For PC
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Red Dead Redemption 2 finally was introduced on the PC. It has been a long time coming. PC gamers sat by while Xbox One and PS4 users got to enjoy a massive open-world sandbox filled with limitless Western possibilities. Now that this game is on PC, there have been a few issues at launch.

Most notably, the game has crashed for a lot of users. As you can imagine, this has lead to some frustration for players hoping to have a smooth and user-friendly experience at launch. Still, Rockstar Games isn’t just going to sit idly by while their PC release shows complications.

They have — in fact — just put out an update that’s fixing a lot of reported issues. Crashes will no longer be as prevalent through the game or on the Rockstar Games Launcher. This should lead to better experiences, much like what users of consoles have experienced over the last couple of years.

As it stands today, Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC no longer has problems when launched from the Epic Games Launcher. Nor does the preload decryption get stuck through the Rockstar Games Launcher.

It’s great to see Rockstar take the initiative to introduce a patch almost immediately after launch. It shows they’re committed to giving PC users the best experiences.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the best games from Rockstar in recent memory. It has everything you want in this type of open sandbox game. The side quests are filled with interesting content and the main story tells a brilliant tale of the last outlaw gang back in the 1800s.

Arthur Morgan is an easy protagonist to get behind. He’s everything you want in an outlaw conflicted over the battle between good and evil. As you progress in the story, you’ll meet an interesting array of characters.

The combat system is also particularly competent for a Rockstar game. Dueling with opponents or tracking down wanted outlaws never ceases to be fun.

RDR2 shines particularly bright in the visual department. They’re even better on PC. Moving throughout the open fields into the mysterious swamps is an amazing transition that you won’t be able to get enough of. The very act of roaming around captures your attention, so you can imagine just how fun the missions are to complete.

Not only that, but Red Dead Online is filled with endless content that’s updated frequently. Now that the crashing issues have been fixed, this game is a must-own title on the PC.