Red Dead Redemption 2 Mod Manager is a Must For PC Players

That’s a Lot of Mods There PartnerĀ 

Red Dead Redemption 2 coming to PC meant a bunch of new things. The graphics were going to look a lot better. A lot of PC’s were not going to be able to run it. And mods were going to finally be available. Mods are huge in the PC community. Steam has helped propel that even further thanks to the Steam workshop. Depending on your rig, some PCs are able to run hundreds of various mods all at once without crashing. While this is a very impressive feat, sometimes it can get pretty confusing or frustrating when trying to figure out which mods are enabled or disabled. Thankfully Nexus mods have come out with their very own mod manager.

Nexus is throwing a bone to all PC players. Thanks to their manager it will now be easier than ever when it comes to changing the landscape of Red Dead Redemption 2. There are new RDR2 mods being made every day. Sooner or later it’s going to reach Skyrim levels of ridiculousness. This is when the mod manager is going to come in handy. You’ll be able to neatly file and sort your favorite mods.

Despite only being out for a little less than a month, Red Dead Redemption 2 already has an impressive amount of fan-made mods. Some of these are ranging from minor cosmetic skins and graphical changes to full-on overhauls. One of the most well-receivedĀ mods was one which introduced zombies back into the series.

Judging from what is available now, the mods are only going to get bigger and better. The future is looking bright. Now is definitely a great time to own a beefy PC.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is available for the PC, PS4, Xbox One.