Red Dead Redemption Now Supports 60 FPS on PS5

The PlayStation 4 version of the Rockstar Games-developed Western shooter, Red Dead Redemption, has been updated to version 1.03, boasting a significant addition.

When playing the game on PlayStation 5 via backward compatibility, going into the Display section of the options menu will allow players to adjust the FPS to 60. It’s worth emphasizing that this option is only available on PlayStation 5 and not PlayStation 4. The title runs at 30 FPS on Switch as well.

You can view the full official patch notes below:

  • Added an option to enable 60 FPS when played on PlayStation 5 via backward compatibility
  • Added an option to enable subtitles upon first booting the game
  • General bug fixes and improvements

Red Dead Redemption has protagonist John Marston hunting down the Van der Linde Gang across the American West and Mexico to save his family. Undead Nightmare, on the other hand, is a reimagined story expansion that transforms the environment into a zombie horde that John seeks to find a cure for.

Red Dead Redemption and its zombie horror title companion, Undead Nightmare, are now available on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in a single package for $49.99. A physical release is planned for October 13, 2023.

Further, the Game of the Year Edition is included, featuring “the classic Tomahawk, Explosive Rifle, and Golden Guns weapons” and the Savvy Merchant and Expert Hunter outfits. Hardcore Mode for Red Dead Redemption is also included, alongside PS4 trophy support and in-game achievements for the Switch.

The port conversions are handled by Double Eleven Studios, and PlayStation players can utilize backward compatibility on PlayStation 5. Additionally, the following additional languages are supported for the first time:

  • Simplified and Traditional Chinese
  • Korean
  • Polish
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Latin American Spanish

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