Red Dead Redemption 2

karmakid

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...November 5th.


Red Dead Redemption 2 will first be available through the Rockstar Games Launcher, and also available for pre-order on the Epic Games Store and Humble Store. The Steam version will be available for purchase in December. The PC port will also be a launch title for Google Stadia.
 

CFogle21

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Well tried playing last night and found that I'm gonna need a new GPU. :laugh:
 

Grimmy

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Well tried playing last night and found that I'm gonna need a new GPU. :laugh:
I can handle Outer Worlds fine. Games like Control, Red Dead, Cyberpunk, etc. will need a new card in my book. I plan on rebuilding next year in anticipation for those types of games. Not only because they demand it, but I want them to look as good as can be.

Some games aren't effected or I don't care if it's on the highest setting.
 
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CFogle21

XBL PSN: Doodzey
Sep 11, 2013
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I can handle Outer Worlds fine. Games like Control, Red Dead, Cyberpunk, etc. will need a new card in my book. I plan on rebuilding next year in anticipation for those types of games. Not only because they demand it, but I want them to look as good as can be.

Some games aren't effected or I don't care if it's on the highest setting.
I'm contemplating pulling the trigger on a 2070 Super? $500 seems steep to me though.
 

Grimmy

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I'm contemplating pulling the trigger on a 2070 Super? $500 seems steep to me though.
I haven't priced out anything. I'll need a knew CPU, motherboard and graphics card. Maybe update memory.