Red Dead Redemption 2's launch on PC has been both positively received and frustratingly received, depending on which player asked. While the long-awaited PC port is, by most accounts, a beautiful experience that both looks and plays as good or better on PC as it did on console, there are also problems. Not only have there been issues with the Rockstar PC client, but Red Dead Redemption 2 has also had both crashing and stuttering issues. Rockstar, for the first time, is acknowledging those issues and addressing them.
In a statement released on Twitter, Rockstar announced an incoming patch for Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC. The patch is intended to address a variety of issues, with a specific focus on what it calls a "stuttering issue" specifically tied to certain combinations of Nvidia graphics drivers, Nvidia GPU cards, and certain unspecified CPUs. The patch also addresses a "host of other fixes" which are also left unspecified.
In the same thought, Rockstar adds that while the Red Dead Redemption 2 patch will address the stuttering issue broadly, it isn't a complete fix. There may continue to be stuttering issues for some players, or the stuttering issue will simply be less dramatic than before. Rockstar says that it will continue to work with Nvidia "to completely resolve the stuttering issue in a future update." Rockstar believes that it will take "up to a few days" to properly test this fix and then issue an update to "completely resolve the problem."
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