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Red Dead Redemption 2 Patch 1.20 “The Naturalist” is now available for download

Rockstar has released a new massive update for Red Dead Redemption 2. According to the team, Patch 1.20 – also known as The Naturalist – comes with a huge range of gameplay fixes and tweaks. It also brings new content to Red Dead Online.

Going into more details, RDR 2 Update 1.20 adds the Naturalist Specialist Role to Red Dead Online. This role opens a new path around tracking, studying and hunting animals. Naturalists will also get access to a new role progression, gameplay and several items. Furthermore, this update adds two new Free Roam Events that will become available via invites as you progress through the Naturalist Role.

Additionally, players can expect new daily and weekly events, as well as five new Dynamic Events. Update 1.20 also adds the Wilderness Camp and new missions to rescue animals from Poachers.

Alongside these additions, this latest patch brings a number of bug fixes. For instance, it fixes an issue that caused invalid Video Memory values to display on the Graphics Settings Menu for some PC platform configurations. It also fixes an issue that caused flickering water and other graphical corruption on some PC platform configurations.

Lastly, this update improves overall stability. According to Rockstar, it fixes issues that caused game crashes, freezes and other stability problems during both Story Mode and Red Dead Online. It also fixes a crash that may have occurred when disconnecting or switching display monitors on PC.

You can find the complete changelog for Red Dead Redemption 2 Patch 1.20 here.

Red Dead Online: The Naturalist

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