After the rumours, the news of the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2, which has recently been officially announced, continues to come. Following the system requirements released yesterday evening, the first screenshots for the PC version of the game have now been released.
Here are some explanations about the PC version of the game. First of all, there will be no technology like Ray Tracing in the PC version of the game. Instead, we'll see improvements in graphical features such as Global Illumination and Ambient Occlusion. Night lighting and higher quality snow effects will also be included in the game. In other words, in addition to skins, like the field of view and higher resolution, we can say that the game, which already looks great in terms of visuals, will become better in terms of technique and effect.
Finally, the game will support widescreen and multi-monitor. You can browse the first screenshots from the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 below.