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The Red Dead Redemption re-release is a decent performance, but it’s a brazen knockout [VIDEO]

The Red Dead Redemption re-release is a decent performance, but it’s a brazen knockout [VIDEO]

The PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch version of Red Dead Redemption was priced at $50, but more could have been made.

Released in 2010, Red Dead Redemption (we don’t call it a port or a remaster, it simply isn’t) has been re-released on Sony’s 2013 console and on the big hybrid N platform. Neither is a particularly recent hardware, and the Rockstar game was basically given some visual and gameplay improvements by Double Eleven Studios (so Rockstar didn’t work on it themselves!) and then released on PS4 and Switch. ElAnalistaDeBits did a video comparison of the two new versions of the game, and the PlayStation 3 version also appears as a basis for comparison.

When docked on a Nintendo platform, Red Dead Redemption runs at 30fps at 1080p, when switching to handheld mode the resolution drops to 720p, and the frame rate is still only thirty fps. The situation is no better for the PlayStation 4: Western Adventure runs in 1080p at 30 frames per second. On the PlayStation 3, the resolution was 640p, so both consoles surpassed the original in this respect.

Anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering are better on PlayStation 4 than the Nintendo Switch visuals. AMD FSR 2 is also supported on PS4, which gives us better picture quality without degrading performance. There are not many differences between the two new versions, the only thing is that the game looks better on PlayStation 4, but the Nintendo Switch version shows fairly good results, and it may be worth paying attention if you play Red Dead Redemption on the go, which, according to rumors, has been Remakes had been made in the past, but after the quality of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition fell short of criticism, the company scrapped the idea.

Instead, we got an expensive re-release, and while the Xbox Series is able to represent the original Xbox 360 relatively well, the PlayStation 5 has been left in the lurch. Thanks for the greed (and lack of 60fps), Take-Two…but there will be a store version for the re-release. We’re looking for this out on October 13th for both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

source: WCCFTech

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