Red Dead Redemption 2: Another hint drops suggesting RDR2 for PC
Red Dead Redemption 2 has been one of the best selling games since its release back in October 2018. It has been a genuinely great game delivered by Rockstar and its vivid gameplay, crushing story and the vast open world have won the game some awards and accolades.
Back in December, a leak showed Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC being tested. We still don't know how credible that information is and Rockstar has not commented on it either. There was also a developer who mentioned "PC" next to Red Dead Redemption 2 on LinkedIn.
A second developer has added the same to his resume. The footage and two developers doing the same, could it be human error and a slip? Maybe not. Rockstar does have incentive to port RDR2 for the PC.
Rockstar also ported their best selling game Grand Theft Auto V to the PC. The original game was released in 2013 for the PS3 and Xbox 360. A year later, a port for the PS4 and Xbox One came out too. Fans were speculating whether or not a PC port for GTA V would come out. Alas, it did but 2 years later.
Red Dead Redemption 2 has been in development since 2016 or so. Given the detail of the huge world, it was a huge project to undertake. It is also a lot harder to port a game for the PC because developers have to take variables such as optimization, different PC specs and more in order to run a working game on PC.
If RDR2 takes 2 years to develop a PC port, maybe we can expect one for the game by 2020 or so. Rockstar is yet to reveal information about this, so let's keep our fingers crossed.
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