The re-release of Red Dead Redemption on PlayStation 5 brings a new and exciting feature for players. Those who are playing the PS4 version through backwards compatibility now have the option to experience the game at a smooth 60 frames per second (fps). This enhanced frame rate applies to both the main game and the Undead Nightmare expansion, providing an immersive and visually pleasing experience for PS5 gamers.
Unfortunately, the Xbox and Switch versions of Red Dead Redemption currently do not offer a 60fps option. Since its release in August for PS4, PS5, and Switch, the game has only provided a single frame rate option of 30 fps.
The latest update, version 1.03, brings a new feature to the PS5 system. In addition to addressing general bug fixes and improvements, this update also introduces the ability to enable subtitles when initially loading the game. This option enhances the gaming experience for players who prefer or require subtitles during gameplay.
The price of Red Dead Redemption on PlayStation and Switch, which is set at $50, has caused some controversy among gamers. However, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has defended the price by stating that it accurately reflects the commercial value of the game. If you’re interested in getting the Xbox version of the game, you’ll be pleased to know that it has been available for quite some time through backwards compatibility. The cost is $30 for the base game and an additional $10 for Undead Nightmare. This information will help you compare prices before making your purchase decision.
On October 13, a physical edition of the Red Dead Redemption + Undead Nightmare bundle will be released. This exciting release offers fans the opportunity to own a tangible copy of this popular game that combines both Red Dead Redemption and its Undead Nightmare expansion pack.
The renowned game developer, Rockstar Games, is currently in the process of developing the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto 6. Speculations suggest that the game might be released as early as 2024. Interestingly, despite the recent milestone of GTA 5’s 10th anniversary passing by, there have been no official announcements or teasers for the next installment in the franchise. Fans eagerly await more information about this upcoming release.
Red Dead Redemption Title Update 1.03 Notes for PS5
[October 4, 2023] – Miscellaneous
Added an option to enable 60 FPS when played on PlayStation 5 via backward compatibility
Added an option to enable subtitles upon first booting the game
General bug fixes and improvements
Red Dead Redemption, including Undead Nightmare, now supports up to 60 FPS on PlayStation 5 via backward compatibility. pic.twitter.com/XMLIe6gYo4— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) October 4, 2023