Rumours about Rockstar Games releasing Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC have been circulating for a long time now, but it’s starting to look like “the master race” might actually about the get their hands on one of the most beloved game of 2018.
As the rumour mill continues to pump out its hopes and dreams of RDR2 on PC, a couple of ex-Rockstar Games employees may have done an oopsie on their LinkedIn accounts, by referencing their work on the supposed PC version of the game.
PCGamer reports that two ex-Rockstar staff members have now mentioned the game on their LinkedIn profiles – one person who worked for Rockstar Leeds until 2016, and now one person who worked for Rockstar Toronto until 2016.
Does this mean Red Dead 2 on PC is definitely happening? Well…no. But two proven ex-Rockstar employees listing the same accolade on their profiles, with the same year of leaving mentioned? It’s the most solid evidence we’ve seen so far…
Right now, the 2018 hit narrative-driven Western has achieved the status of a firm classic. The highly-anticipated title didn’t disappoint when it launched, and Xbox and PlayStation players are still enjoying the game to this day.
Despite the somewhat mixed reaction to the game’s online counterpart, Red Dead Online, there’s still a huge amount of love for the latest Rockstar venture.
RDO, which is still in beta, has been dubbed as “boring” by players who struggle to find things to occupy their time in the online multiplayer.
One thing you can definitely do in RDO is hide from griefers, because there’s a whole darn load of them out there.
Regardless of RDO, it’s only fair that PC players get to take a turn at RDR2. Maybe it’s time for them to get to take up the reigns of Arthur Morgan?
Let’s just hope it won’t be an Epic Store exclusive.
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