Red Dead Redemption 2 is set to launch on Steam on December 5th, and in anticipation of that Rockstar Games as released a patch that will fix most of the errors PC players have been complaining about since it originally launched. That said, this patch has solved a lot of in-game issues that have resulted in crashing, various performance issues, and some texture quality problems. There’s no official word on the size of the patch, but some Reddit users are reporting downloads in excess of 3GB in size.
Problems addressed by the December 2nd patch:
- a crash when running out of memory
- potential save corruption and permanent loss of progress
- partial lighting of hair/fur
- a crash when entering the Landing Page
- a crash, random while playing.
- A crash when starting the Benchmark Tool on the low-end system
- Instability on some systems running Windows 10, November 2019 update
- Audio stuttering/stalling when the game runs at a high framerate
Many other technical errors that weren’t related to game crashing were also fixed with this patch.
We’re expecting that the Steam release will bring more fixes and less errors. With this in mind, we can all join the wild west experience at it’s finest. Red Dead Redemption 2 is an open world developed by Rockstar Games. Red Dead is more than a western grand theft auto, is a game where your reputation will matter. You can either live like an outlaw or take the righteous way and say thanks after an NPC salutes you. Either way, you play the game your way, just have fun.