There is bad news for Windows 11 users who love to play Red Dead Redemption 2. It turns out that the KB5023774 update, released by Microsoft on March 28, has caused some problems for users who want to play the Rockstar Games western.
As an Insider Gaming account, after installing this pre-update, users are unable to open the game through the Rockstar Games Launcher. Fortunately, there are reasons to be optimistic (and it’s not that the update hasn’t been released to the masses yet) as Microsoft has already gotten to work on a fix.
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What is KB5023774 and how to fix the problems with Red Dead Redemption 2?
KB5023774 is a pre-update that is included as part of Windows 11 21H2. This update appears to cause issues with Red Dead Redemption 2, preventing users from being able to launch the game through the Rockstar Games Launcher.
To regain access to the game, you need to update to the latest version of Windows 11, 22H2. Yes, it’s as simple as that, although it may not be a definitive solution, as Microsoft acknowledges that this is an attempt to mitigate the situation and not necessarily the definitive solution.
The good news is that Microsoft has confirmed that it is working in collaboration with Rockstar Games to fix the issue. So, although some believe that Microsoft is not working on a solution, the reality is different.
And you, have you had problems with this update and Red Dead Redemption 2? What do you think is the best operating system that gamers can install today? Tell us in the comments.
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