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Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Issues Fixed With New Update and GeForce Drivers

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Red Dead Redemption 2 released on PC earlier this month but the game got off to a rocky start, from issues with the Rockstar Games launch to several crashes and performance issues experienced by players. Rockstar Games has been working hard to improve the experience and the new Red Dead Redemption 2 update fixes several issues with the game.

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The new Red Dead Redemption 2 update on PC weighs in at just under 3GB and fixes that annoying “Red Dead Redemption 2 exited unexpectedly” error amongst numerous others. Before we get to the update notes, NVIDIA has also released new GeForce drivers with a hotfix (version 441.34) for the Game Ready drivers released earlier, so if you haven’t updated yet, you can grab the GeForce drivers hotfix here that address the issue of the game stalling on some systems with 4-core and 6-core CPU.

Now, onto the update notes from Rockstar Games that fix several Red Dead Redemption 2 issues. Check them out below.

  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in a permanent mouse cursor being displayed at all times when launching the game via the Epic Games Store
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in the player’s cores draining at a faster rate than intended in Story Mode when running at high frame rates
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in player weight decreasing at a faster rate than intended in Red Dead Online when running at high frame rates
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in players not being able to place Waypoints on the Pause Menu Map in the correct location
  • Improvements to address an issue with matchmaking in Red Dead Online that resulted in players with incompatible control settings joining the same session. We recommend that players using mouse and keyboard controls should switch to ‘Free Aim’ targeting mode before entering Red Dead Online.
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in all custom graphical settings reverting to a low preset when the game was updated
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in an ‘Activation Required’ error when loading the game after system hardware or device changes were made
  • Improvements to address issues that resulted in a crash and displayed the ‘Failed to initialize graphics device’ or ‘Unable to initialize graphics driver ’errors when launching the game. If this issue still occurs, please make sure you have the latest graphics card drivers installed for your system.
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in a crash when launching the game in Fullscreen display mode while using Vulkan
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in a crash when launching the game with some graphics-related launch arguments active
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in a crash during loading screens when entering Story Mode or Red Dead Online
  • Improvements to address an issue that resulted in a crash while modifying weapons at the Gunsmith in Red Dead Online
  • Improvements to address issues that resulted in random crashes and the error “Red Dead Redemption 2 exited unexpectedly” during gameplay

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Are you experiencing Red Dead Redemption 2 issues on PC and what do you think about the new update from Rockstar Games? Have you installed the new GeForce drivers hotfix? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Wessel is Glitched Africa's Resident Afrikaans Guy (RAG) with a passion for all things esports, cats and gaming in general. Dota 2 addict, Dark Souls veteran and all around geek.
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