Published: Fri, July 05, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Red Dead Redemption 2: 10 Unsolved Mysteries That Will Freak You Out

Red Dead Redemption 2: 10 Unsolved Mysteries That Will Freak You Out

Twitter user JakoMako51 recently discovered lines in the Rockstar Social Club source code which made reference to "RDR2_PC_Accomplishments". However, evidence is continuing to mount, showing that a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 is in the works and could be coming sooner than expected.

Since the rootin' tootin' Dead-Eye shootin' adventure game Red Dead Redemption 2 galloped onto consoles last October, we've been keeping our fingers crossed that a PC version would follow. As VG24/7 notes, the page does contain the following phrase: "get special in-game benefits for Grand Theft Auto Online on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC and Red Dead Online for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One", which could put a question mark over the other PC reference's validity. There's no way Rockstar and Take-Two would miss out on that fistful of dollars with another infamous year-long staggered release.

Since Red Dead Redemption 2 launched late previous year, PC gamers have been baying for a version of the game on their platform of choice.

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This isn't the first time a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 has been hinted at.

This doesn't confirm or deny anything, but Rockstar hasn't explicitly mentioned that we'll never see a PC version and even suggested that it wouldn't be too hard to do. Then a Rockstar Toronto physics programmer listed the same, hinting the game's PC port has been in development since 2016. From the freakish to the creepy to the downright terrifying, there's a lot more to uncover in Red Dead Redemption than just Arthur's story.

KitGuru Says: Red Dead Redemption 2 looked incredible on the Xbox One X so I can only imagine how good it is going to end up being on PC with access to higher frame rates. Most of Take-Two's newest games have jumped over to the platform and the publisher no-doubt loves the 88% revenue split offered by Epic.

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