Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Crashing Issues Gets Solved

The PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 was released on November 2. While the game has been quite popular among PC gamers, several reports mentioned that the title is also affected by bugs.

Rockstar tried to fix most of the problems via patches, but many continue to persist. The problems were mentioned in a recent press release, and many employees are hard at work as they try to remove and fix the problems as soon as possible

Below you can find a list of issues that continue to surface in the game but are deemed to be a priority By Rockstar.

Crashing on startup

In the case of specific configurations, the game runs into problems during the boot, forcing a crash and return to the desktop. Fixes are being tested for the problem and will be implemented as soon as possible.

Issues related to the mouse cursor

Select players who use the Epic Games Launcher have run into issues related to the use of their mouse cursor. The core of the problem has been tracked down, and it will be fixed via a future patch. A workaround can also be found on the official Rockstar support site.

Some settings options are greyed out

As Rockstar is working on a variety of fixes, some settings options have been disabled for a short time. Regular functionality will return in the future and players will be able to access the options if they wait for two minutes.


Select players have run into frame stuttering issues even if they use a powerful GPU. Nvidia has been approached, and source of the problems should be removed soon.

GPU Drivers

Some users want to play the title and encounter issues because their GPU driver is updated. It is advised to visit the official website of the GPU manufacturer to obtain the latest drivers for your device.

More information will be shared in the future.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

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