Last year, Red Dead Redemption 2 came to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, platforms on which the game conquered a lot of players. Unfortunately, PC players have been left with the desire to play it; however, it seems that it could change in the future, since more clues appeared about a possible port of this game for PC.
What we are referring to is that it was recently discovered that a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 was mentioned by a physics programmer who worked for Rockstar until 2016. This he did in his LinkedIn profile, he felt in which he pointed out that he worked in the game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Below, you can see a screenshot of this programmer’s profile:
This is not the first time that the PC version of the game appears on LinkedIn, with a Rockstar Leeds official doing the same in June last year. A European store also listed the game scheduled for release in 2019, but later said it was a “generic listing.”
One of the greatest public and critical successes of last year was certainly Red Dead Redemption 2, a colossal Rockstar open-world western game. Unfortunately, as it happened initially with Grand Theft Auto V, only Xbox One and PlayStation 4 owners managed to immerse themselves in this adventure, leaving PC players empty-handed.
We remind you that, until now, Rockstar Games has not confirmed a PC version of the game. So, we recommend that you do not take this as a confirmation, but rather that you take it with a grain of salt. We will be aware and we will inform you if at any time it is confirmed for PC.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Do you think that someday we will see this new game of Rockstar on PC? What do you expect from this possible version? Tell us in the comments below.