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Rockstar, the devs and the publisher behind Red Dead Redemption 2, have taken to Twitter and Instagram to apologize for the rocky launch that the game has had on PC.

Ever since the launch of RDR2 on PC, various gamers have reported issues, bugs, and glitches by the buckets. These issues have come from a myriad of rigs, ranging from mid-level builds unable to run the game, to even high budget makes that groaned under the weight of the game. Some players even tried deleting the huge 130 GB download and re-downloading the entire game but to no avail. Even our own in house reviewers have run into multiple issues trying to run the game smoothly.

The studio acknowledges that a “small number of Red Dead Redemption 2 players are still experiencing some ongoing problems with the game stuttering.” This is likely caused by “unforeseen issues related to specific combinations of Nvidia graphics drivers, Nvidia GPU cards and certain CPUs.”


The team is rolling out an update today that will help with the stuttering issues. A full-time solve for the problem might take a couple of days as the Rockstar team has to work with Nvidia to completely resolve the issues.

Rockstar also promised free in-game goodies to players who stayed true and participated in Red Dead Online since its launch or will play the game up to the holidays.

What do you think, does the Rockstar apology quell your anger. Will Sailesh’s 1 FPS adventure in the Wild West ever become a 60 FPS experience. How are you enjoying RDR2? Let us know in the comments.

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