Speculation about Red Dead Redemption 2 coming to PC has been active for a while now, ever since the launch in October last year in fact, and now Reddit user bongos_mongos has given us evidence from two LinkedIn pages that seems to indicate people have at least worked on the PC version.
The first of these comes from a programmer who worked at Rockstar Leeds, listing a PC version of the game on their profile, having worked there until 2016. The second, however, comes from former Rockstar Toronto physics programmer Nan Ma, with a screenshot (since it's been deleted) again showing Red Dead Redemption 2's PC version among the titles worked on. Again, Ma worked at Rockstar until 2016, just like the first example.
Now of course take this with a pinch of salt until Rockstar officially comments, but it does seem that there's an audience for the PC version. Much like with Grand Theft Auto V did with PS4 and Xbox One though, this might be a case of releasing it on PC later in its lifetime to keep sales steady, alongside potential new generations of consoles.
Would you play it on PC?
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