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Red Dead Redemption 2 gets AMD FSR 2.2 and HDR10+

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A rare update for Red Dead Redemption 2 has landed, and for those who want a little more performance, you might like this one especially if you're on Steam Deck.

Update version 1.32 from March 19th bumps the AMD FSR from 2.0 to 2.2 so not only will you get better performance with FSR, but now thanks to jumping two versions you should also see better visual quality at the same time. Nice to see a game originally released in 2019 for PC (2018 for console) continue to see such improvements and bug fixes multiple years later.

The game is currently rated Steam Deck Playable by Valve and Gold on ProtonDB.

Full changelog:

General Stability Fixes and Improvements

  • Red Dead Online General Fixes.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in Naturalist samples not being counted toward Daily Challenges.
  • Fixed an issue in Dead of Night that resulted in Night Stalkers being able to collect the Night Stalker mask.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in ambient vehicles not appearing in certain content.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in Free Roam Missions not launching.
  • Improved an issue that resulted in players becoming stuck when entering the stables.
  • Improved an issue that resulted in players being unable to summon horses and wagons.
  • Voice Chat now defaults to Off.

Game Stability and Performance

  • Fixed various issues that could result in a crash.

Game Stability and Performance (PC)

  • Fixed various issues that would result in the game crashing or failing to launch.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in Offline Mode not working due to Windows 11 updates.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in crashes after reporting other players.
  • Fixed issues that resulted in Offline Mode not working correctly.
  • Added support for HDR10+ GAMING, this will automatically set game graphics in HDR for HDR10+ GAMING displays on compatible graphics cards and monitors connected via HDMI.
  • Updated AMD Fidelity Super Resolution (FSR) libraries to version 2.2.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in 3200x2400 resolution being unavailable.

You can buy it on Steam.

If you've been playing it on Linux Desktop or Steam Deck - let me know how you're getting on in the comments. I've yet to actually dive in properly to this one, there's just too many big games to play. A nice problem to have though of course.

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2 comments

Linux_Rocks Mar 21
Cool, now where's our next-gen console patch motherfuckers? I'd literally pay like $10 USD to upgrade my RDR2 Xbone to Series via a patch.




Last edited by Linux_Rocks on 21 March 2024 at 2:45 pm UTC
ToddL Mar 21
Quoting: Linux_RocksCool, now where's our next-gen console patch motherfuckers? I'd literally pay like $10 USD to upgrade my RDR2 Xbone to Series via a patch.


Good luck getting Rockstar to provide any next-gen console patch for any of the their games. They would rather resell you the full game again with updated graphics over patching it and if the GTA Trilogy was any indication, they don't seem to want to put any effort of making something that could be good into something better.
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