Red Dead Redemption 2 January 14th Update improves overall stability, full patch notes

Over the past couple of weeks, Rockstar Games released some minor updates for Red Dead Redemption 2. Its latest update came out in January 14th and according to the team, it brings general stability fixes and improvements.

Moreover, the January 14th patch resolves an issue resulting in Posse members losing Moonshine bottles at the conclusion of Posse leader sell missions in Red Dead Online.

Furthermore, a previous update added New Permanent Clothing items to the Wheeler, Rawson & Co. Catalogue. In addition, a patch that came out in January 2nd disabled Heavy Snow.

Unfortunately, these patches do not bring any major changes, tweaks or fixes. Still, the game is currently in a more stable state on the PC than during its launch.

As always, Epic Games Store, Steam and Rockstar’s launcher will download this latest update the next time you launch their clients. You can also find the complete changelog for all the 2020 patches below.

Red Dead Redemption 2 – 2020 Patches Release Notes

[January 14, 2020] – General Fixes – (PS4 / Xbox One / PC / Stadia)

  • General stability fixes and improvements
  • Addressed an issue resulting in Posse members losing Moonshine bottles at the conclusion of Posse leader sell missions in Red Dead Online

[January 7, 2020] – New Content (PS4 / Xbox One / PC / Stadia)

  • New Permanent Clothing items have been added to the Wheeler, Rawson & Co. Catalogue:
    • Rivera Hooded Tunic
    • McCrum Pants
    • Palma Hat
    • Baldock Hat
    • Kelly Boots
    • Pico Sandals

[January 2, 2020] – New Content (PS4, Xbox One & PC)

  • Heavy snow disabled

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