Just prior to the long-awaited launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, acclaimed developer Rockstar Games has released a 3.2 GB update for its Western sequel. After suffering a polarizing launch, the game’s multiplayer component—Red Dead Online—has been consistently improved upon through a series of free patches, the latest of which is the Red Dead Redemption 2 1.14 update. Here’s what you can expect to find has changed in the Red Dead Redemption 2 1.14 update patch notes:
Red Dead Redemption 2 1.14 patch notes
We’re still waiting on the full patch notes from Rockstar, but changes made to the PS4 version are simply listed as “various stability fixes” on the update history page. Players that have been getting stuck into the patched version of the game speculate that this extends to both gameplay and online connectivity, though it’s obviously hard to tell definitively without any official word from the developers.
Weighing in at 3.2 GB, it’s reasonable to assume that the present stability fixes are of a significant nature. Simple patches that address bugs in place of adding new content to games are usually much smaller, even being south of 1 GB. Keeping this in mind, changes are likely to become apparent as more players download version 1.14 and get back to adventuring in the Old West.
It’s also possible that, due to it releasing in such close proximity, the patch relates to the PC version in some way. Perhaps Rockstar is ensuring more parity between versions, though this is only speculation. The PC build of the game will boast improved visuals and resolution, alongside the ability to run at higher framerates for users with high-end PC gaming rigs. It’s out November 5th on the Epic Games Store, then can be purchased a month later via Steam.
In the event that Rockstar Games does release complete Red Dead Redemption 2 1.14 update patch notes, we’ll be back to amend this article and let you know exactly what’s new courtesy of the latest title update.