Red Dead Redemption 2 gets first proper update in 18 months

March 20, 2024
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Rockstar Games has issued a fresh update for Red Dead Redemption 2 – the game’s first meaningful patch in 18 months. But, to the disappointment of fans, there’s sadly no new content and no sign of any visual upgrades for players on newer console hardware.

Title Update 1.32 is available to download for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game, and includes “general fixes” for Red Dead Online plus a list of general bugs that have been squashed. Voice chat now defaults to off, patch notes state. On PC, there’s now support for HDR10+ Gaming on compatible displays.

Rockstar’s previous major patch for the game – Title Update 1.31 – was the last to add new content. It launched in September 2022, with just a handful of minor maintenance updates since. Even before then, Red Dead players had complained about its small dollops of DLC in comparison to the far larger expansions that regularly shipped for Rockstar’s hugely-profitable GTA Online.

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