Although Red Dead Redemption 2 has already recorded a crazy success on consoles, Rockstar Games has never announced the PC version of its western game. Rumors have been circulating about this for several months, most of which are unfounded. Some of them, however, seem to have a certain credibility.
The first clue emerged some time ago on the LinkedIn profile of a former Rockstar Leeds programmer, who claimed to have worked on the PC edition of Red Dead Redemption 2. The reference, in any case, was soon removed. In the past few hours, however, a Reddit user has discovered a mention on another profile, this time belonging to Nian Ma, a physics programmer who worked with Rockstar Toronto until 2016. Find a screenshot as evidence at the bottom of this news.
These clues can in no way be mistaken for confirmation of the existence of the PC version, but they certainly make us slightly more optimistic. For the real confirmation, we will have to wait for an announcement from Rockstar Games.
The famous analyst Michael Pachter has already expressed himself on the subject in the past, predicting the launch on PC during the month of April … something that did not happen. As we continue to be patient, the Red Dead Online Beta continues to update. Recently, the experience has been enriched with open Target Races and the Scorribanda mode.