It seems that the exclusive differential of the game Red Dead Redemption 2 for consoles is over, as some lines of code found in the root of the game indicate that the release of the PC version is closer than you think, which may help further expanding the popularity of the title, which was considered the best game of the year.
The information was shared by VideoTech UK, a member of GTA Forums, who was conducting some research within the game’s code lines and found information related to the settings used on the PC, showing that Rockstar is making great strides towards a version compatible with the game. Windows.
Within these lines of code, the data that was essential for identifying the new platform that will host the game, such as texture quality, anti-aliasing options, refresh rate, shader settings, particle settings, motion blur, and DirectX 12 support.
Although the information is interesting and leaves the gamers very hopeful, unfortunately, Rockstar has not yet commented on the possible release for PC, but given the advance of the information contained in the code, we can expect it to be available soon.
Remember that there is a PC version of the first game being assembled by independent developers, which will still have some reconfigurations to adapt to the resolutions used today. But because it’s a project outside Rockstar, it may not even be possible to test in practice.
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