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First trailer showcasing Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC released

Rockstar recently released its first trailer showcasing Red Dead Redemption 2 running on PC. 

The 1 minute long trailer focuses on the environment and atmosphere, shying away from any story related spoilers. The trailer is available to watch in 4K at 60fps, and illustrates many of the improvements arriving with the upcoming PC port.

Such enhancements include: increased draw distances; higher quality global illumination and ambient occlusion; higher quality snow trails; improved reflections; tessellated tree textures; and higher quality textures and resolutions all around.

The PC port will also be bringing with it a host of new content. Included are 3 new Bounty Hunter missions, 2 new Gang Hideouts, new weapons (in story mode), 2 new Treasure Maps, new horses, 5 new trinkets, and a new mission titled “To The Ends of The Earth”.

Rockstar have also promised support for multi-monitor setups, ultra widescreen support, and of course, 4K60fps+. The full PC requirements are available to read here.

Red Dead Redemption 2 will be arriving to PC on the 5th of November. It will be available on Rockstar’s own recently released ‘Rockstar Games Launcher’ as well as the Epic Games Store, among others. If you preorder the game from their own store by the 22nd of October however, you’ll receive “special bonuses” including “two free classic Rockstar Games PC titles” and a free upgrade to the premium edition of the game. 

Red Dead Redemption 2 won’t launch concurrently on Steam, with its release date being pushed back to some time in December. No matter which launcher you use, the game will undoubtedly be worth the wait, as it is one of the most critically acclaimed games this generation, if not of all time.

KitGuru says: Have you been patiently waiting for Red Dead Redemption 2 to finally release on PC, or did you settle for the PS4/XBOX One Version? Let us know down below.

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