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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:19pm 01/11/19 | 4 Comments
It's finally happening so-called race people of some sort of masterful thing -- Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to a desktop or gaming laptop near you, next week. And today, Rockstar dropped the series' PC launch trailer.

We're going to have some words on the PC release for you very soon, ahead of a review proper, so stay tuned for that. Otherwise, for now, we've linked our console review above, while the trailer is embedded below the official skinny from the mad-hatters at Rockstar:
Watch the official Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Launch Trailer that showcases the all new graphical and technical enhancements on display in the PC version, as Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang desperately try to outrun the law. After being hounded off the mainland, Arthur and the gang find themselves caught in a local conflict on the shores of a remote Caribbean island, disoriented and yearning to find a path back to their hidden fortune - and the dreams of a better future promised by their charming and increasingly erratic leader, Dutch van der Linde.
You can pre-load the game now with a pre-purchase, and at over 100gb in size, it might be a good idea.

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Posted 04:34pm 01/11/19
yep all preloaded. too 3hours on my 100/40 connection 1000% the whole time :)
Posted 04:22am 02/11/19
Does it have any RTX?!
Posted 07:31am 02/11/19
That's a negative.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 02:39pm 03/11/19
The Digital Foundary guys pointed out it's not really useful because so much of the game takes place outside relying on more extreme lighting day to night. Softening anything from an RTX perspective would largely be redundant
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