A new frame rate option was added in the re-release of Red Dead Redemption on PlayStation 5. PS5 players playing the PS4 version due to backwards compatibility can now play the Western at 60fps, and this applies to both the main game and the Undead Nightmare expansion.
The 60fps option has not been added to the Xbox or Switch versions of Red Dead Redemption. Red Dead Redemption has only had one frame rate option, 30fps, since the game’s release in August for PS4, PS5 and Switch.
Update 1.03 adds this option to PS5 as well as general bug fixes and improvements. The patch also introduces an option to enable subtitles when loading the game for the first time.
Red Dead Redemption’s $50 price tag for PlayStation and Switch has raised eyebrows, but Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick said the price was “commercially correct.” For comparison, the Xbox version of the game, which has been available for years due to backwards compatibility, costs $30 for the base game and $10 for Undead Nightmare.
A physical copy of the Red Dead Redemption + Undead Nightmare bundle will be released on October 13th.
Rockstar Games is currently working on Grand Theft Auto 6 and the game could release as early as 2024. The 10th anniversary of GTA 5 recently came to an end without any announcement or preview of the next GTA game.
Notes on Red Dead Redemption Title Update 1.03 (PS5)
[October 4, 2023] – Various
- Added an option to enable 60 FPS when playing on PlayStation 5 via backwards compatibility
- Added an option to enable subtitles when starting the game for the first time
- General bug fixes and improvements
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