Red Dead Redemption 2 Top Tips to Get the Best from the Game

If you want to try a good game with excellent graphics, an exciting storyline, impressive weapons, and a western theme, try Red Dead Redemption 2.  Since its launching, Red Dead Redemption 2 is officially the best game of this year, with the title of the best gross game for PC. The sales are proving precisely this because, until now, the game sold over 17 million.

Unfortunately, the game had some bugs that were fixed, and even with this issue, the game is still on top. If you are curious about how to get the best out of Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang through their adventures, we will help you with some tips. We are showing the most important settings from the game and what changes you can do for better performance.

The first thing to do is to turn on the toggle to run. This means that pressing all the time on the run button isn’t necessary. You can also choose to use the free-aim and have an accurate shot. For horseback shots to be more comfortable, use the lock-on for it. Also, when you want to shot from your horse, it’s good to turn on your first-person auto center and play in the first person.

Besides these settings, you can choose to use the HUD option or not. Using the HUD, you can switch between the minimap and normal map. Because RDR2 has impressive graphics, if you have a device with HDR, you can turn this option on. If you are wondering what system you need for the game, we got you covered. If you have Windows 7, you need an Intel Core i5-2500K or an AMD FX-6300, plus an 8GB memory with a minimum 150 GB storage. The graphics required is Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 with 2GB or an AMD Radeon R9 280 with 3GB.

Finally, for Windows 10 users, the processor could be an Intel Core i7-4770K or an AMD Ryzen 5 1500X, with excellent graphics such as Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB. Or you could also have an AMD Radeon RX 480, 12GB of RAM, and 150 GB storage.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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