It is undeniable that the release of Red Dead Redemption to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on August 17 confused fans of Rockstar’s wild west game. Moreover, the game itself is just a port of the PlayStation 3 version, which is visually and technically outdated.
One of the things that fans complain about is that even though it is already present on PS4 and Switch, the game itself is still locked at 30 frames per second (FPS) just like in 2010. But the latest update for the game lately seems to be enough to answer the wishes of these fans.
Through the latest update, Red Dead Redemption can be played at 60 FPS, but with a note only for PlayStation 5 consoles through backward compatibility. Here’s a look at the game in 60 FPS view.
Many players may be eagerly awaiting the announcement of Grand Theft Auto VI. But it is also undeniable that many of them are skeptical about the policies and decisions made by Rockstar in recent years that feel strange and do not meet expectations; one of them is the chaos of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.
Red Dead Redemption, instead of being released natively to PlayStation 5 or PC, its launch on PS4 and Switch raises many questions. Moreover, the price tag is quite high; IDR 739,000 if you look at the PlayStation Store for the Indonesian region, a thousand rupiah difference with the more modern Red Dead Redemption 2.
For additional information, the game is also available on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One via backward compatibility, but is still locked at 30 FPS at the time of writing.
Red Dead Redemption is available for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Switch. PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S versions via backward compatibility.