Is the Red Dead update out?
Based on previous releases, this week's Red Dead Online Blood Money update is expected to be released by 2pm BST on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Rockstar Games doesn't normally share an exact release time, so we're not expecting any further updates on the subject. FortniteRed Dead Online update LIVE with RDR2 Blood Money patch notes
13 July, 2021 - 02:42pm
13 July, 2021 - 11:47am
The latest update for Red Dead Online and Red Dead Redemption 2 adds DLSS support for the Nvidia RTX graphics cards, which improves the frame rate of the game significantly while the RTX feature is on.
Nvidia has been expanding its list of supported games for DLSS technology since it was announced. Red Dead Redemption 2 is the latest big title that has received the DLSS update in the past few months.
Now, if you want to enable the DLSS feature in your playthrough, but you can’t find its option, we can help you out with some brief tips.
First of all, keep in mind that the DLSS technology is exclusive to RTX 2000 and RTX 3000 graphics cards from Nvidia. So, if you don’t have a GPU of the aforementioned families, you can’t use DLSS in the game.
The first step for using DLSS is to update both your game and your GPU driver to the latest version.
Now, run the game and head over to the Graphics Settings menu. Above the TAA option you should be able to see the DLSS option as well.
If you still can’t find the DLSS option in Graphics Settings, then you might need to turn the API to DirectX 12.
Head to the Graphics Settings and go to the Advanced Settings tab. Scroll down to find the Graphics API option. Change it to DX12 and re-run the game. This way, you will probably be able to see the DLSS option in Graphics Settings.
If you still have problems finding the DLSS option, make sure to report the issue to the developers.
Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online are both available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
12 July, 2021 - 03:54pm
12 July, 2021 - 12:28pm
As reported by Gamingsym, a study done at the University of Exeter and Truro College in the UK found that people who had completed the main story of "Red Dead Redemption 2" or taken on the Naturalist role in "Red Dead Online" were able to identify different animals from photos better than other people.
The study found that people who had played the game were able to identify 10 out of 15 animals from photographs on average, which was more than those who hadn't. The study, which involved over 500 people, aimed to see if big budget games could be used to teach people without being solely focused on education.
While this study found that people were able to identify animals better, the researchers did point out that they couldn't recommend that anyone under the age of 18 play the game. Researchers also noted that the game presented all of the animals as more aggressive than their real-life counterparts, so not all of the knowledge that could be gleaned from "Red Dead Redemption 2" was accurate.
While "Red Dead Redemption 2" probably isn't going to be on any school's summer reading list anytime soon, the game continues to have a large impact on both the gaming industry and the world as a whole. Maybe "Grand Theft Auto 6" will include some educational facts when it releases four or five years from now, if the rumors are to be believed.
12 July, 2021 - 03:38am
Again, that’s not saying it’s bad. Like all the LEGO movies, it is funny. But, it’s not sharp, and that’s another thing about The LEGO Ninjago Movie. It’s definitely the film that’s the most geared toward children. The jokes land, but they’re easy jokes, which again makes it feel like one of the many LEGO specials you can just as easily find on Netflix or Disney+. In addition, it’s probably the most action packed with the mech fights and the martial arts, but have you ever tried playing with LEGOs as if they were action figures? Yeah, it’s not the best, so it doesn’t look all that great on the big screen, either. A fine film with a nice message, but the least endearing of the four.
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