Red Dead Redemption 2 looks great and well, runs equally well on almost every platform. But, if you’re looking for the best performance, you’ll have to play the game on Xbox One X.

If you’ve played the game yet, you’ll know that it’s one of the most incredible games ever created. From the lighting of a sunset reflecting off swampland to the uncanny faces of the characters, or just the many beautiful vistas in the game. This game runs smoothly on all platforms.

Spencer tweeted that Red Redemption 2 looks and plays best on Xbox One, however, this wasn’t his intention, who explained in the following tweet that he simply retweeted the headline by Digital Foundry’s site.

Its vast open world works best on the world’s most powerful console: the Xbox One. This is something that Xbox Boss Phil Spencer has made a note of, and well, he seems proud of it too.

“Of course I’m a bit biased….but honestly most important is just play RDR2,” wrote Spencer in the follow-up Tweet. “Play it on a Pro, play it on an S, play it on PC. I just RT’d their headline, it auto fills from their site. Of course, I’m proud of how X performs but the game quality is the true accomplishment here.”

Interestingly, Spencer mentions playing on PC, which sounds pretty amazing, except that you currently can’t play it on PC. While the PC version has been making rounds since some time now, Rockstar Games has to yet announce the title for PC.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is now available for PS4 and Xbox One.

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