Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC is referenced once again
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The previous game by Rockstar – Grand Theft Auto 5 – followed a few years long release schedule, according to which the game first came out on the previous generation of consoles, then hit the current generation, and finally reached PC. Interestingly, the PC version wasn’t announced initially, and many players thought the game would never release on computers.
Still, the PC version came out and proved to be exceptionally popular. This led to the speculation that Red Dead Redemption 2, initially announced for consoles only, might eventually release on PC as well. There’ve been many hints and rumours, which suggest that the PC version is indeed planned by Rockstar. Moreover, the PC port is likely to be in development right now, and there’s another slight confirmation according to the LinkedIn resume of a former Rockstar Toronto employee Nan Ma. Among the previous works of the physics programmer, there was a reference to the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 along with the console ones. As you could’ve imagined, the information was removed (the complete section regarding that particular game), but The Internet Remembers, and we have a screenshot to prove.
But here’s the most intriguing point. Nan Ma left Rockstar in October 2016, which means that the game was not only in development at that time but also has been worked on since. This is not an official confirmation by any means, but there’s a chance Rockstar might make the long-awaited announcement soon.