While there is no official announcement just yet, more evidence has surfaced for Red Dead Redemption 2 possibly coming to PC down the line.
Since its release in October 2018, Red Dead Redemption 2 has continued to be a force to be reckoned with critically and commercially with its massive scope and immersion. While the game has been kept to consoles since then, speculation continues to grow that we might see the game come to PC players in the future.
Over on Twitter, user @JakoMako51 discovered that references to a possible PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 can be found in the source code for the official website of Rockstar Social Club, the platform that ties together the social features of Rockstar’s various titles like GTA Online and Red Dead Online.
As no official confirmation has arrived yet from Rockstar Games, this is something to be taken with a grain of salt, as the only mention for “RDR2” and “PC” comes from the “Accomplishments” tag (which presumably is the equivalent of Achievements and Trophies on Xbox One and PS4, respectively), as the only other mention of “PC” is tied to GTA Online.
That said, evidence has been building for some time now that Red Dead Redemption 2 may eventually make its way to PC. As Grand Theft Auto V arrived several months after its release on PS4 and Xbox One, it wouldn’t be too much of a surprise to expect that we could see RDR2 release on PC down the line following its console release last fall.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is available now on PS4 and Xbox One. If you have yet to experience the grand Western adventure for yourself just yet, you can pick it up on Amazon right now.
The fact that Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC is now quite evident. #RDR2 #reddeadredemption2pc #RedDeadRedemption2 #rdr2pc #reddeadredemption
You can search for “RDR2_PC” in the following link: https://t.co/hmtRJGKmoa pic.twitter.com/4kJAd5u58r
— JakoMako51 (@JakoMako51) July 4, 2019
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