Red Dead Redemption Remaster Update 1.03 Allows For 60 FPS On PS5

Red Dead Redemption Remaster Update 1.03

Red Dead Redemption 2 Ps4 to Ps5

Red Dead Redemption franchise is a fan-favorite action adventure game due to its immersive storytelling, gameplay, more importantly, beautiful setting of the open world due to its high-quality visuals.

The second installment of the franchise Cheapest Red Dead Redemption 2 Pc was a critical success, and despite the game being a few years old, the game is still on the list of top 10 played games on Steam.

Following the incredible visuals and gameplay of The Red Dead Redemption 2 Ps4 to Ps5, the fans demanded a remaster of the original game.

And finally, this August, Rockstar responded to fans by bringing back Red Dead Redemption remastered for Nintendo Switch and PS4 while on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S via backward compatibility on August 17, 2023.

However, the game is capped at a conventional 30 FPS, which is not favorable for many users as they favor 60 FPS due to its smoothness.

Nonetheless, Rockstar once again favored fans; as spotted by Push Square, it released a Red Dead Redemption Remaster Update 1.03, which gives an option of 60 FPS to PS5 through a backward compatibility version of the game.

In the patch notes, it is mentioned that the patch is made for bug fixes, stability, and performance improvements; however, there is no mention of 60 FPS in the notes.

However, when users added Red Dead Redemption Remaster Update 1.03, they observed a 60 FPS option in the game, which can be toggled on and off.

Despite the patch, PS4 and Nintendo Switch are still capped at 30 FPS, while the backward compatibility version of the Xbox series S and X is also restricted to 30 FPS.

The 60 FPS luxury is a privilege for consoles such as PS4 Pro and PS5. The game is not available for PC. Nonetheless, the game runs pretty smoothly, targeting 60 FPS at a resolution of 4K through switch emulation.

Meanwhile, Red Dead Redemption Remaster was also criticized for being too costly, with pricing at $49.99. While the game was not a remaster or remake, rockstar claims it was a conversation, and the price paid for that conversion is too high. It would do fine if it was priced at low. Despite the high price, the game still sold well as the game is a best-selling game on PS4 and has become a blockbuster for PS4.

Additionally, the sequel Red Dead Redemption 2 also maintains 30 FPS on consoles, and the fans are highly awaiting a 60 FPS port for the game as well.

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