UHDGaming has shared a video, showing a fan remake of Red Dead Redemption in Unreal Engine 4. This project has been under development for a while and unfortunately it will never be released to the public. As such, PC gamers won’t be able to play this fan remake themselves.
So while we won’t be able to play this remake, we can at least watch a video showcase. Thankfully, UHDGaming is offering an 8K version so you can enjoy it in its full glory.
The good news for RDR fans is that RPCS3 has made huge steps towards emulating it. The game can boot and although it runs without major glitches, its performance is not that great yet. With a little bit of luck, PC gamers may be able to emulate the game and play it by the end of 2018.
Speaking of Red Dead Redemption, Take-Two claimed last week that it considers PC to be a really important platform, hinting towards a possible PC release of Red Dead Redemption 2.
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