Modders are remastering Red Dead Redemption for PC

    Red Dead Redemption has never officially been released to the PC, but that hasn’t stopped skilled modders. Through the Xenia and RPCS3 emulators, modders are developing Red Dead Redemption: Damned Enhancement Edition for PC.

    This remaster aims to improve the game on many different fronts, focusing on making the game run and look better on PC. As for changes to do such, higher quality textures and UI/HUD improvements are the most developed to do so. That’s not all the team has in store though, as shader, model, and draw optimizations are in development. If you’d like a closer look at exactly what they’ve improved so far, you can find plenty of screenshots on the mod’s official forum page.

    With the game already looking that stunning, people have a lot to be excited for from it. Due to optimizations from both emulators, you won’t be able to play for a while though. Still, it will be worth keeping up with the work from the team regardless.

    Red Dead Redemption is an action-adventure game developed by Rockstar Games, known for both Red Dead and Grand Theft Auto. You play John Marston, a reformed criminal, forced to turn in his former accomplices if he’s to gain freedom. The game is available for PS3 and Xbox 360, with the PC version being available through the Xenia or RPCS3 emulators.

    Shawn Robinson
    Shawn Robinson
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