It has been almost a year since Red Dead Redemption 2 launched on PlayStation and Xbox. It was massively successful - financially and critically, changing the landscape of open world gaming forever. Now, the stunningly beautiful world of Red Dead Redemption 2 is about to get even more gorgeous with it's upcoming PC release. Fans are finally able to get a glimpse of what the game has to offer for the PC with a brand-new trailer showcased in glorious 4K and 60 frames per second.

The trailer feels somewhat like a love letter to the game as a whole. The various clips shown throughout highlight the attention to detail that the game excelled at with stunning, immersive graphics that claim to be enhanced even further in the PC release. The trailer gives a brief glimpse of what's to come and celebrates the game that blew everyone away when it came out last year.

The PC release promises and deeper level of immersion than ever before. Increased draw distances, new grass and fur textures, improved shadows and lighting and more pushes Red Dead Redemption 2 even farther in its attention to detail and beautiful game design. All of this makes a year-long wait not seem so bad in retrospect. Instead of pushing out the game as is (and it would still have been amazing), Rockstar took it even further, truly utilizing the potential of PCs.


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Players won't have to wait much longer for Red Dead Redemption 2 to come to the PC. The game is set for a November 5th release date. Players will test the capabilities of their PC when Red Dead Redemption 2 comes out but those able to play the game at the highest settings possible are bound to be in for some truly breathtaking moments. The next few weeks will move slower than Arthur walking through the snow, but the reward will be worth more than Dutch could ever promise.

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