Despite having debuted for 9 years and even having a second installment, Red Dead Redemption is still one of the titles that millions of PC gamers wish to touch. However, there is a way for PC gamers to experience Red Dead Redemption without having to buy the PlayStation 3 console or Xbox 360. It is using the RPCS3 emulator software.
But following the tests, the RPCS3 emulator software could run Red Dead Redemption, but at a very low Fps and drop Fps happen quite often.
Recently, a YouTuber named ZEROx downloaded a video posting showing Red Dead Redemption running smoothly on its PC. It is worth noting that he had to use an Intel CPU of the latest, most expensive, most current Buffalo i9-9900K to be able to run Red Dead Redemption on PC.
So, smooth play of Red Dead Redemption on today’s PC doesn’t seem very feasible, but no matter what, the RPCS3 running one of the best games of the PS3 era has made many gamers feel excited. But to satisfy the desire of millions of PC gamers, it must wait until the RPCS3 software is optimized or have to wait a while longer, when Rockstar can release a version of Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC.
Reportedly released in 2010, the first Red Dead Redemption version has received the absolute praise of both professionals and quickly recruited yourself a large fan base. In Red Dead Redemption, gamers will be immersed in cowboy hands with survival struggles protecting their homeland. In addition, gamers will be immersed in the western region full of sun, wind, dust and evils in the game.
If you want to try Red Dead Redemption on your PC, download the simulator software RPCS3 to your device. Or if you have a good Internet connection, another alternative is to subscribe to the streaming service on the PlayStation Now cloud platform.