Red Dead Redemption Update 1.03 Brings 60 FPS Support For PS4 Pro/PS5, Patch Notes Here
Update 1.03 for the remastered version of Rockstar Games’ action adventure game, Red Dead Redemption, is now available on PS4 Pro and PS5, and it brings the option to play the game at 60 fps.
The remaster was originally released on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The PS4 version was strictly capped at a frame rate of 30 fps, even when running on the far more capable PS5. However, with the arrival of update 1.03, a new Frame rate setting is available in the Display menu, which allows Red Dead Redemption to run at 60 fps on PS4 Pro and PS5.
Red Dead Redemption Update 1.03 Patch Notes
Patch notes for update 1.03 for the Red Dead Redemption remaster can be seen below.
- Added an option to enable 60 FPS when played on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 via backward compatibility
- Added an option to enable subtitles upon first booting the game
- General bug fixes and improvements
Recently, the Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick was asked about the lack of a PC release, to which he responded by saying that he left game release announcements up to the developers. Additionally, on the subject of doing ports/remasters/remakes, he said, “It depends on the vision that the creative teams have for a title, and in the absence of having a powerful vision, for something that we would do with a title, we might bring it in its original form, we’ve done that, and in certain instances we might remaster or remake, so it really depends on the title and how the label feels about it, the platform, and what we think the opportunity is for consumers.”
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.