Red Dead Redemption 2 will be among the best looking games on PC when it releases on Nov. 5. It’s coming to the Rockstar Games launcher, Epic Games Store, and a few other selected retailers. It’s going to be available on Steam only in December.
We know about a plethora of enhancements and improvements that the developer intends to bring in this version. These changes are similar to what had happened in the past to Grand Theft Auto V.
It’s interesting to note how those enhancements translate into something that we’ll able to notice when playing on PC. That’s something that YouTube channel Cycu1 helps us have a better understanding of thanks to a new comparison video.
In the video below, you can view an early comparison of the minimal footage from the PC version we’ve received thus far (a 4K60 cinematic trailer) — the Xbox One X release, which is the best looking edition of the game now available.
From the comparison trailer, which is inevitably harmed by YouTube’s usual compression, we can note that the PC version has an improved draw distance and more vibrant environments. There are more defined grass and more flowers you can look at in the video.
For the full picture, anyway, we invite you to check the comparison video below.
Months of rumors have recently been confirmed. Red Dead Redemtion 2 coning to PC in just few weeks. And as a confirmation Rockstar has released its first gameplay trailer showing some graphcis upgrades. Let’s compare it to console version – in this case captured on Xbox One X.