The release of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC is something that is practically discussed by the release of the game, if not before. Many rumors suggest that sooner or later Rockstar will make the members of the master race happy, and now the first official opening has arrived.
In fact, during a meeting with investors, the CEO of Take-Two Strauss Zelnick, answered a specific question about the possibility of seeing Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, revealing that there would be no problems or disadvantages in making it.
Unfortunately, that’s all he said about it, but it’s enough to make PC owners dream, because from what has been said it seems that the publisher is more than willing to such a possibility. The Rockstar Games masterpiece has sold over 24 million copies, which has made it one of the most successful commercial games of all time, and a PC release would only increase the number of sales, a prospect that cannot do not lend Take-Two.
On the other hand, the possibility of seeing Red Dead Redemption 2 on Nintendo Switch appears more difficult, but rumors have been circulating in this sense in recent times.
As for the times, it is not easy to make predictions at the moment. Although the first RDR never landed on PC, Grand Theft Auto V was released on PC in April 2015, five months after the release of the game on PS4 and Xbox One, and eighteen months after the original release of the title on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Rockstar also has exclusive agreements with Sony for some content, so it is not even clear if it could affect publication times. In short, all very obscure at the moment: the only certain thing is that Take-Two is thinking about it. And it’s already news.