It looks like Red Dead Redemption is finally coming to PC

References to Red Dead Redemption have been added to Rockstar’s PC launcher

Thanks to Tez2, we now know that the Rockstar Games PC game launcher now contains references to both Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare. This change suggests that PC versions of both games will be launching soon, bringing the classic to the platform for the first time.

When the game was originally released, Red Dead Redemption was only available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. While there has always been clear demand for a PC release, the game never made it to the platform. Last year, the game was rereleased on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Today, the best way to play Red Dead Redemption and its standalone expansion is to play it through emulation. Updates to Rockstar’s game launcher suggest that the game will be revealed for PC soon. This will finally allow PC gamers to play one of Rockstar’s best games natively.

On PlayStation 5, Red Dead Redemption has been updated to run at 60 FPS. The game is also known to utilise AMD’s FSR technology. With this in mind, it is likely that Rockstar’s upcoming PC version will support modern upscaling technologies and support an unlocked framerate. At a minimum, PC gamers should expect the game to run at 60 FPS.

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