Red Dead Redemption 2 is, even to this day, one of the games with the best technical section in all history. More than two years after its release, the Rockstar sandbox is updated on PC with new resolution and performance improvements, thanks to NVIDIA DLSS.
Rockstar today released the new Blood Money update for Red Dead Redemption 2 and its multiplayer variant, Red Dead Online, which is now are compatible with NVIDIA DLSS enhancements. Both titles add support for the technology, available with GeForce RTX graphics.
Relive Red Dead Redemption 2 with DLSS enhancements it is quite an experience. To begin with, in case you have a PC with RTX graphics, you will enjoy 45% improved performance over the previous version, adjusting its benefits as you prefer.
What does this mean? Well, basically, you can run Red Dead Redemption 2 or Red Dead Online at enhanced 4K resolution, or with an expanded frame rate per second. For example, if you have an RTX 3080 Ti, you can move the game at 85 fps. Here we leave you a table with the data.
Thanks to NVIDIA’s DLSS technology, gamers with RTX graphics will be able to play Red Dead Redemption 2 at maximum settings over 60 fps, in resolutions of 1920×1080. Other specs:
- At 2560×1440, GeForce RTX 3060 Ti or higher users get more than 60 FPS.
- At 3840×2130, gamers with GeFroce RTX 3070 or higher cards can exceed 60 FPS at maximum settings.
As icing on the cake, NVIDIA has released a trailer showing some of these improvements in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online. There is also a comparison between the version without DLSS and the current version improved with the Blood Money patch.
More and more PC video games are compatible with NVIDIA DLSS. Among them we find authentic AAA like Cyberpunk 2077, DOOM Eternal, Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and COD Warzone, Rainbow Six Siege or the multiplayer titles Fortnite and Minecraft.
NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 technology is available for graphics engines Unreal Engine 4, Unreal Engine 5 and Unity. If you have a PC with GeForce RTX graphics, upgrade your PC titles or subscribe to GeForce Now for unmatched technical quality.