A few days ago we told you about the interesting Red Dead Redemption PC Remaster, a project started by some enthusiasts that aims to propose an amateur PC version of the Rockstar Games masterpiece by exploiting the increasingly fluid PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 emulators.
As easily imaginable, however, Take-Two has already taken the first steps in this regard, forcing the modders to stop the work on the project, which aimed to propose high definition textures, an improved visual distance, and a reworked graphic interface to support higher resolutions.
However, it is not to be excluded that in the future the work can resume, since in this case, it is in all respects a package of improvements from the technical point of view, a type of mod that more often than not has been published for other supported titles. by the various emulators. In any case, DamnedDev, the main developer of the remaster, declared that he is currently busy looking with his lawyers for a way to publish the mod and that it will soon provide new details on the matter.
About the Rockstar title, have you already read our video game travel special in which we also talk about Red Dead Redemption 2 and The Last of Us?