Modder ‘FireHart100’ has released a pretty cool mod for Red Dead Redemption 2 that aims to overhaul the game’s ragdoll physics. According to its description, this mod aims to provide realistic ragdolls taken from LiveLeak Footage.
YouTube’s ‘Benchmark Lab’ has shared a video, showcasing Red Dead Redemption 2, Cyberpunk 2077, Fortnite and more running in 8K with DLSS 2 Quality on the NVIDIA RTX 4090.
Back in July 2022, we informed you about a mod that added support for FSR 2.0 to Red Dead Redemption 2. And today, Rockstar released a patch that adds official support for AMD’s AI upscaling tech.
Razed Mods has released a graphics overhaul mod for Red Dead Redemption 2, called Visual Redemption. And, in case you weren’t aware, Razed Mods is the man behind the amazing NaturalVision Evolved Mod for GTA 5.
Modder ‘WickedHorseMan’ has released a new HD Texture Pack for Red Dead Redemption 2, aiming to overhaul all of the game’s horse textures. In order to achieve this, WickedHorseMan used AI techniques to improve the quality of the original/vanilla textures.
Two new cool mods for Red Dead Redemption 2 surfaced this week. The first mod aims to completely overhaul the lighting of most interior places. The second mod adds an option to own a personal boat in-game.
Some new interesting mods surfaced this week for Red Dead Redemption 2. As such, we’ve decided to collect them and share them in one article. The following mods enhance the game’s weapon dual wielding mechanics, rebalance economy, and add dynamic seasons.
NVIDIA has released a brand new hotfix driver for its graphics cards. According to the green team, the NVIDIA GeForce 516.79 Hotfix packs fixes and improvements for Red Dead Redemption 2, Overwatch, Apex Legends, Destiny 2 and Halo Infinite.
Modder ‘EnergiDaan’ has released a new HD Texture Pack for Red Dead Redemption 2 that improves its vegetation. This HD Texture Pack is 680MB in size, and increases the resolution of vegetation textures from 512×512 to 1024×1024.
Take-Two has issued a DMCA takedown notice for the VR mods that were available for Red Dead Redemption 2, Grand Theft Auto 5 and the Mafia games. Created by Luke Ross, these mods allowed you to play Rockstar’s games in VR. And, similarly to some other “enhancing” mods, Take-Two attempts to take them down.