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Red Dead Redemption Update 1.04 Released Today For Bug Fixes

Rockstar Games has released update 1.04 for Red Dead Redemption, which weighs around 377 MB. It is available to download on PS4 and Switch.

The company has not provided an official changelog for Red Dead Redemption patch 1.04, which has led to fans’ speculation about the update’s purpose. The update likely focuses on improving the gaming experience by fixing various bugs, enhancing the game’s performance and stability, and making other improvements. This update seems to build on the previous major update, version 1.03, which brought several significant changes, including adding a 60 FPS mode for PlayStation 5 users via backward compatibility.

The update also made subtitles more accessible by enabling them by default from the first game boot. Additionally, it contained general bug fixes and improvements aimed at refining the overall game quality.

Red Dead Redemption Update 1.04 Patch Notes

  • A Terms of Service (ToS) screen has been added
  • Improvements have been made to the stability of the game

Red Dead Redemption, a landmark title in the open-world genre, was initially released for PS3 and Xbox 360. The game is known for its immersive storytelling, expansive environments, and deep character development. It follows the story of John Marston, a former outlaw, as he travels through the American West and Mexico, tasked with bringing his former gang members to justice by federal agents who threaten his family.

Red Dead Redemption was released on August 17, 2023, for both the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. This version of the game was ported by Double 11 in collaboration with Rockstar Games. The game debuted with the Undead Nightmare expansion, which offers a unique twist on the original game’s narrative by presenting an apocalyptic story where players must fight against a zombie horde. This version also includes additional content from the Game of the Year Edition and more. You can purchase it from the PlayStation Store or Nintendo eShop for $49.99.

While Red Dead Redemption 2 is available on PC, Rockstar Games has decided to skip releasing Red Dead Redemption on it. They haven’t shared any plans to bring the first game to PC, which is technically a sequel.

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