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Rockstar addresses stuttering issues in Red Dead 2 on PC

A fix was deployed yesterday, but it might take a few more days to resolve the problem fully, since they're talking to Nvidia.

Rockstar has just launched the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2, following hot on the heels of the PC launcher that includes a number of their other games, and they've now updated fans on Twitter following several small bumps in the road after launch.

They've been working to address issues and concerns over the past week, including a new update to the launcher alongside Red Dead Redemption 2's PC release, and as a result a number of issues have been identified and addressed.

That said, they're aware that some PC users are experiencing stuttering, which Rockstar says is down to "unforeseen" issues with combinations of Nvidia graphics drivers and GPU cards, along with specific CPUs.

As such, an update was rolled out yesterday addressing stuttering issues alongside a number of other fixes, but it may take a few days for Rockstar to talk to Nvidia and completely solve the stuttering problem.

Rockstar is serious about getting the PC version just right then, as evidenced by their message ending with directions to their support page. They've even posted a bounty recently, rewarding players with cash if they're able to find weaknesses in their games.

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