Here are 17 new beautiful 4K screenshots from the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar has released 17 new 4K PC screenshots for Red Dead Redemption 2. The game releases in a few days and these new screenshots showcase some of its new PC graphical features.

Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC will bring the epic story of Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang to life in breathtaking new ways. Moreover, the game will have some technical enhancements that deliver deeper immersion. These include increased draw distances for better navigation and higher quality global illumination. Players can also expect ambient occlusion for improved day and night lighting and higher quality snow trails.

Furthermore, the game will have improved reflections and deeper, higher resolution shadows at all distances. Tessellated tree textures and improved grass and fur textures will be also added for extra realism.

Additionally, the PC version will offer HDR support, as well as 4K (and higher) resolution support. The game will also support multi-monitor configurations, widescreen configurations, faster frame rates and more.

As we’ve already reported, the game will not feature any Ray Tracing effects. From the looks of it, there are also no plans to add such effects via a post-launch update. There is also no word on whether the game will support DLSS (though it seems unlikely at this point). Still, PC gamers will be able to use custom resolutions and my guess is that NVIDIA’s and AMD’s new Image Sharpening techniques will do wonders in this title.

Red Dead Redemption 2 releases on November 5th.

Enjoy!

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