Anti virus is doing things to the launcher somehow (Shouldn't but eh suppose false positives happen.) and then some stuttering and periodic crashes in-game at least for DX12, can be fixed pretty quickly within a week or so getting newer signatures for the AV software and if needed a newer version of the Rockstar client. Only seen a little bit of the PC version myself though, backlogged and I waited years for the patches for GTA V to slow down (They didn't. ) so I'm in no hurry but will pick it up eventually when it's down to a affordable price. (Also for GTA V the more important PC version fixes was mostly during the first year too and then regressions and changes to GTA Online also broke a few things so most of the later updates weren't that important beyond GTAO additions.) EDIT: As to the AV the launcher should have valid digital signatures so that's why it's surprising to hear it getting hit but I guess some software is just very active in what it perceives as 'malicious' but it should be simple enough to disable or add exceptions if that's where the initial crash issues stem from. (Win10 1903 or 1909 for DX12 and just newer drivers for Vulkan far as API's go and what other required software there might be for the game itself.) EDIT: ...And what the modding community might come up with in the meantime. (Dusk to Dawn though I'd imagine recoil being a bit of a ball buster without some proper padding. Heh.) Not your usual form of hip firing. EDIT: Yeah I know it's going to be a bunch of nude mods and various script edits early on. Though it could work well even before the fun stuff happens, improving control responsiveness and all sorts of fun tweaks just from the existing script files once the tools are adapted to the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 and if Rockstar isn't blocking or hampering anything though that's usually later with custom script loaders and advanced modding.