There’s no wonder why GTA V is such an insanely popular game. Rockstar added pretty much anything an open-world role-playing title would need: a huge variety of cars, people, lots of missions that encourage players to explore the map, dozens of weapons, and more. But the most exciting feature is perhaps the Rockstar Editor.
If you need a set of advanced tools for editing, creating, and sharing videos of your gameplay in GTA V, the Rockstar Editor represents the perfect choice. Fans of Red Dead Redemption 2 were waiting for the same feature to arrive to their favorite game as well, considering that the title was also created by Rockstar. However, there’s no use losing hope just yet.
Control inputs referencing the Rockstar Editor
VideoTech raises awareness about control inputs referencing the Rockstar Editor that were discovered in the files from Red Dead Redemption 2. VideoTech believes there’s a good chance that these inputs are leftover files from GTA 5. He wrote the following:
Some interesting control inputs in the RDR2 files relating to the Rockstar Editor. Bear in mind; could be leftovers from GTAV, it happens a lot.
Rockstar already announced that it has plenty of big plans for both Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online, although the company didn’t say anything about Rockstar Editor coming to the western-themed game.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is available for PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and Windows PC. Those willing to enjoy the game on a computer will have to match some pretty demanding specifications. The game won’t work at all if you don’t have at least 8 GB of RAM, and a video card of at least 2 GB (Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 and AMD Radeon R9 280 are the minimum supported). You’ll also need an Intel® Core™ i5-2500K / AMD FX-6300 processor or something better.
As for the storage space, 150 GB will be needed in order to run Red Dead Redemption 2.