After a year of waiting, Red Dead Redemption 2 has finally come to PC, with a lot of changes comparing to the console version. It's no exaggeration to say that the PC version of this game should be considered as the "definitive version" of Red Dead Redemption 2 - with better graphics settings, along with some of the enhancements in the story mode. And today, let's take a look at all the differences between the PC and the Console version of the game.

First, let take a look at a comparison video between the versions:

Now, let's talk about all the new features in the game options. Along with the improvements in the game's graphics, the game's settings also feature more things: like 4K resolution options, HDR toggle, support for multi-monitor setups and 21:9 widescreens. Also, the game supported up to 144Hz refresh rate, with the game's FPS got uncapped.

Next, are the changes in the game's content - the PC version features 3 brand-new Bounty Hunter Missions, 2 new Hideouts in Gaptooth Breach and Solomon’s Folly, as well as 2 new Treasure Maps in Landmarks of Riches and The Elemental Trail. There are also 4 brand-new weapons in your arsenal: M1899 Pistol, Evans Repeater, High Roller Revolver, and Le Mat Revolver. Along with that is a new mission named “To The Ends of the Earth” for you to try on.

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With all those new content that got added to the game, it seems that Rockstar really wants to go big with this PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2. However, it seems that the game has had a rough launch, with a lot of performance problems. I also got a chance to get my hands on the game, and from what I've experienced, it saddens me to says that the PC-port of this game is a big mess. The game itself is great, but this port is not.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is now available on PC via Rockstar and Epic Game Store, while the Steam version of the game will come in December.