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Red Dead Redemption Nintendo Switch vs Xbox Graphics Comparison: Is There An Upgrade?

Red Dead Redemption will soon be available for the Nintendo Switch, and if you’re wondering how it stacks up against the Xbox 360 version, read ahead.

Those who are expecting any meaningful upgrades are bound to be disappointed, as the Nintendo Switch version of Red Dead Redemption is largely identical to the Xbox 360 version. That said, there are some curious differences.

While the screenshot comparison seen in the video above shows some differences in lighting,it is due to a difference in time of day. The texture work also appears to be of the same quality, though image quality looks a bit more crisp in the Nintendo Switch version, likely due to it running at a higher resolution than the Xbox 360 version. Also, there may be some improvements with regards to draw distance, but it’s hard to say based on the available footage. Additionally, there appear to be some changes to the color tone in the Nintendo Switch version, as it sports a warmer tint compared to the Xbox 360 version.

Red Dead Redemption is a 2010 action-adventure game developed by Rockstar San Diego and published by Rockstar Games. Serving as the sequel to Red Dead Revolver from 2004, it is the second installment in the Red Dead series. The game’s narrative unfolds against the backdrop of the American frontier’s decline in 1911, enveloping players in an engaging journey following the life of John Marston. Once an outlaw, Marston’s world takes a dark turn when the government takes his wife and son hostage, demanding his services as a hired gun. Faced with no other option, Marston embarks on a mission to bring three members of his former gang to justice.

Throughout the game, players’ actions influence their character’s levels of honor and fame through a morality system. These choices also determine how other characters respond to the player. Beyond the single-player experience, the original release includes an online multiplayer mode, allowing up to 16 players to immerse themselves in both cooperative and competitive gameplay within a recreated version of the single-player setting. This mode has been excluded from the Nintendo Switch and PS4 ports that are set for release on August 17, 2023.

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