Red Dead Redemption 2: The Announcement of the PC Version or the Single-Player DLC Coming?

Red Dead Redemption 2

As we promptly pointed out, last August the Australian classification agency refused the request for registration of the Bonaire trademark by Rockstar Games. The description of the product, in any case, was very vague, and it was impossible to trace its identity.

Well, Rockstar Games has made a new registration attempt (available at this address ), once again rejected by the Australian rating board, but this time clearly linked to Red Dead Redemption 2. Also, in this case, we do not know the real nature of the product for which the evaluation was requested, but the fact that it has to do with the open world opens the door to many speculations. A new registration is usually made when you intend to launch a new version of a product or something related to it. The hypotheses, therefore, are two, both rattled for a very long time: that Rockstar is preparing to announce a single-player expansion (like Undead Nightmare) or a porting for PC?

We’ll see. We would like to specify that, even if the registration attempt is real, an official announcement has not yet been made, so we are in the hypothesis field. Meanwhile, Rockstar Games continues to support Red Dead Online, a Red Dead Redemption 2 multiplayer component, which has recently received one of the biggest updates ever: the frontier professions.