Red Dead Redemption 2 has finally arrived on PC, so itâs time to climb back in the saddle and set off across the wild west. How to capture gameplay in Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC. It wasnât released for PC until today, so it has been almost one full year since the gameâs launch. If you want to record and share your cowboy exploits in Red Dead Redemption 2, following our guide will help you get excellent results. Red Dead Redemption 2 launched last year for PS4 and Xbox One. NVIDIA has released three new PC Red Dead Redemption 2 4K screenshots ahead of the gameâs PC release next week. Hereâs how you can use it. Rockstarâs long-awaited Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now, and itâs got many awesome features that werenât in the original game. Taking Photos. Photos are uploaded to Social Club, although you can hide the UI and take a screenshot on both consoles. Whilst we have more guides for Red Dead Redemption 2 available here. Here are 13 all new screenshots from Red Dead Redemption 2 - featuring Arthur Morgan, Dutch, John and the rest of the Van der Linde gang. With the launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, players were also treated to a brand-new Photo Mode that comes with significantly more bells and whistles than the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One were given. First off, open up the Camera. Rockstar has released 17 new 4K PC screenshots for Red Dead Redemption 2. It can be found in the âItemsâ â¦ Activate Red Dead Redemption 2âs Cinematic Mode by holding the Back button on Xbox One (or the touchpad on PS4), then push in the right thumbstick to change shots. If the above screenshot is any indication, Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC can be drop dead gorgeous, if you donât mind your performance struggling. The game releases in a few days and these new screenshots showcase some of its new PC graphical features. Below, we have a quick guide for using the camera. Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC includes a new mission, 3 new Bounty Hunting mission, 2 new Gang Hideouts, new treasure maps, new horses for the story mode, new trinkets and more weapons to pick from. One of these subtleties involves the ability to initiate a quick draw in the style of what has been seen in old western films and the like. Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption 2 is full of gameplay subtleties that are only part of the reason the game is beheld as a masterpiece and one of this generation's defining highlights. Even at Medium settings, the game is a resource hog, but thankfully the difference between Medium, High, and Ultra settings are not vast visually. Red Dead Redemption 2 is out today on PC and it has a Photo Mode that was not available on PS4 and Xbox One.