It has been four years since Red Dead Redemption 2 for PS4 and Xbox One was launched by Rockstar Games. The game has since been released on PC, PS5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X, although current-generation consoles have not gotten a genuine “next-gen” port.
This implies that you cannot play console games at 60 frames per second. Xbox One and PS4 do not permit that. Consoles with more power are not an excuse. Fans of the PS5 are lamenting that they can not play games at 60 frames per second on the console, and there is currently no indication that this will change.
No, but in two days, I received roughly 8,000 votes. This is a significant accomplishment for the site in question. As you might expect, the majority of comments on the post supported the attitude, with the leading comment claiming that fans will once again have to pay “full price” if his 60 fps is implemented.
If prior rumors are accurate, Rockstar Games is mostly working on Grand Theft Auto VI, therefore Red Dead Redemption 2 will not receive a true “next-gen” improvement any time soon.
Of course, posts like this that get attention on social media and forums can get Rockstar Games’ attention and call to action, but that’s not Rockstar Games’ MO. The hashtag “Save Red Dead Online” trended on Twitter on various occasions over the course of 12 months, and Rockstar Games not only did nothing to address the concerns raised by the campaign. , also announced that it will extend or reduce support for Red Dead Online. It will eventually fall behind.