The Red Dead Redemption Two release date is October 26.
With Sony having a marketing tie-up with Rockstar Games for your sport, it’s all but normal for there to become PS4 Lean and PS4 Pro packages for Red Dead Redemption 2. And today, they have been announced for both Europe and US. Like nearly everything from Sony, we’ve got in touch with Sony India for comment to work out if these bundles are coming into India and will update this story if this is indeed the case. Though given the company’s track record with previous bundles, the Red Dead Redemption 2 PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro packages should make it to India.
As the name suggeststhe Red Dead Redemption Two PS4 Slim and PS4 Professional packages come with either PS4 Lean or PS4 PRO in black and also a copy of the game. The 1TB PS4 Pro version cost is $400 (around Rs. 28,000) whereas the PS4 Slim options include 1TB and 500GB. Costs of these are yet to be declared. For Europe, US, and naturally, India. For some reason that the 500GB PS4 Slim bundle is limited to the UK, maybe it’s due to be phased out in favour of 1TB?
Also of interest is the post on PlayStation’s Europe website denotes what resolution you can anticipate for the match on PS4 Pro.
Red Dead Redemption Two PS4 Pro resolution
A 4K HDR TV is demanded. It’ll be interesting to determine when this is native 4K or employing methods like checkerboard rendering to achieve a similar effect. What’s more, the game will use this PS4 PRO’s built-in supersampling attribute .
The latest Red Dead Redemption two trailer showed a generous amount of gameplay on the PS4 Pro. So much so that movie game technology analysis site, Digital Foundry was able to piece together Red Dead Redemption 2’s PS4 PRO resolution. Spoiler alert: it’s not 4K. Rather, it’s a 12.5 percent increase over 1440p – a regular amount we see PS4 Pro supported titles.
“Rockstar supplied us with a pristine, 68mbps version of the trailer to take a look in – and there’s no doubt that those huge landscapes are obscured from the 4K output, but there’s more to the narrative. Looking close at each cut in the edit suggests PS4 Pro natively runs at 1920×2160, halving the pixel count on the horizontal axis from a proper 4K,” that a report from the website claims.
And while some may feel shortchanged by the lack of pixels, there possibly some benefits for this strategy.
“This 1920×2160 installment has other added benefits, specifically that the fact it’s scaling only in one direction means a cleaner division of pixels. Based on what this trailer’s revealing – plus it could change by launching – it is a more effective way to project this huge planet to ultra HDTVs. And to put it another way, considering the base PS4 variant runs at 1920×1080, PS4 Pro makes is utilizing its 2.4x boost in GPU power simply by doubling the resolution. That potentially leaves a color of GPU headroom for some other effects, or even a smoother frame-rate if that is a problem on routine hardware.
It will be interesting to see what the Red Dead Redemption two Xbox One X resolution is, even more so considering that the beefed up specifications of Microsoft’s console.