We had another tempting suggestion that Red Dead Redemption 2 will come to the PC after an enterprising soul rummaged through the bowels of the game's complementary application and found references to a PC version.
Rockstar Intel highlighted this in particular A bit of detective work, looking inside the archives of the complementary application Red Dead Redemption 2 and detecting several references to a PC version and related settings. These include the following fragments of technical jargon:
- CommandIsPcVersion (void) 000000000166A12C
So yes, there is also a mention of the juncture inside this country. There are also other references to graphic details that could belong to a PC port.
Of course, it would be foolish to jump to conclusions based on some PC mentions here and there in the application. And, it is true that in other places there are other references to a PC version of the complementary application for desktop computers, for example, a mention of a login for the & # 39; PC_app & # 39 ;.
What could mean that all these references simply point to a PC version of the complementary application, instead of a true full port of the game for the platform. Although equally, it could be the case that both of the above are in process.
We can but remain optimistic for a PC incarnation of Red Dead Redemption 2, and we've certainly seen several hints that it really is on the cards, from the LinkedIn profile of a programmer who previously worked on Rockstar showing that he had been working on a PC port for the game, even a leaked retail listing that suggests a launch in 2019.
Rockstar could move faster than with Grand Theft Auto V, which finally came to the PC after launch of your console.
Red Dead Redemption 2 was released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One just a few days ago, on October 26. .
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Via PC Gamer