Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Glitch Gives It a Completely Different Look
Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally out on PC after a long wait. This hilarious glitch can only be faced on the PC version giving the game a new look.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is a demanding game on PC. It is not possible to run the game maxed out with the current top-end GPU at 4K and 60 FPS. The port itself has many issues leading to game crashes, visual bugs, and other hilarious glitches. One such bug was caught was a reddit user who shared a video of the game on PC with a glitch that failed to load any textures at all.
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The low polygon look here makes it a completely different game altogether. It would be quite hilarious to see the whole game played out in this way. This is just one of the many bugs that are currently plaguing the PC version but Rockstar Games have assured that they are working on fixing most of them.
The user clarified that this was indeed a bug. The user was trying to play the game with a mix of Medium, High settings and had textures set at Ultra. From a look at the footage shared by the user, it is clear that textures are the culprit here as the game fails to load any textures properly for the main characters, giving it such a strange look.
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Red Dead Redemption 2 requires a beefy PC to run and it will also end up eating a ton of hard disk space. It still remains on the top critically acclaimed games released this generation. The PC version is currently available on Rockstar Games Launcher, Epic Games Store, and other online stores. It won’t launch on Steam until later in December.