Recently, the alleged Red Dead Redemption 2 map leaked online. Given that it is a leak no one knew if it is the real thing or not. Well, we are here to confirm that the leaked Red Dead Redemption 2 map is the real thing.
The confirmation for the leaked Red Dead Redemption 2 map comes in the form of DMCA we received from Rockstar Games. The fact that Rockstar Games wants the leaked map removed confirms that it is the real map for the game.
The leaked Red Dead Redemption 2 map reveals some points of interest. Given that it is a real map, you can check it out and get a hang of things before its release.
Speaking of the game, Rockstar Games has neither confirmed or denied the PC version of the game. However, recently a listing appeared suggesting that Red Dead Redemption 2 PC version will launch in Q4 2019. But, the listing is taken down citing it as a mistake.
However, this is not the first time hints about the Red Dead Redemption 2 PC release date has emerged. Previously, a Rockstar dev himself confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2 is in development for PC.
Xbox One X is a 4K capable console and Red Redemption 2 will take its full advantage. Given that the game will be 4K on upgraded consoles, the Xbox One X version will get additional 4K textures pack.
The additional 4K texture pack makes sense since the game is native 4K on Xbox One X. This is according to Microsoft, who confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2 will be native 4K on Xbox One X.
However, it is unknown if the game uses dynamic resolution scaler or locked 4K on upgraded consoles. We will know for sure once it releases.
While fans are excited about the game but, Rockstar is under fire for admitting to several 100-hour work weeks. Gamers and developers took it to Twitter to criticize the studio for its treatment with employees.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is an open-world action game developed by Rockstar Games. The game rolls out on October 26, 2018, for PS4 and Xbox One.