Has the western hit “Red Dead Redemption 2” been downgraded with the 1.06 update? This report at least a few players and provided corresponding image comparisons.
Over the past few years, developers and publishers have had to put up with allegations of a graphic downgrade.
Mostly, the players referred to a comparison between selected trailers on one side and the final product on the other side. Sometimes it happens, however, that an update for appropriate discussions provides. In the current case it meets Rockstar Games’ Western Adventure “Red Dead Redemption 2.
Optical adjustments in the update 1.06?
So among other things, via Twitter players to speak and pointed out that it came with the end of February released Update 1.06 to a graphics downgrade. In detail it concerns the fact that the employment of “Ambient Occlusion” with the “Red Dead Redemption 2” -Update to the version 1.06 is either revised or completely deactivated.
Ambient occlusion is a shader technology that allows developers to achieve a fairly realistic shading of scenes with relatively short rendering time. While most of the results are not necessarily physically accurate, they are generally sufficient in video games to create an atmospheric image.
Comparative images published via Twitter also show how the appearance of a selected scene from “Red Dead Redemption 2” should have changed negatively after the release of the 1.06 update. An official statement from Rockstar Games on this topic is pending.
1.00 vs 1.06 pic.twitter.com/sNd5h5hXwj— Darealbandicoot (@Darealbandicoot) March 13, 2019