The wish of every PC gamer might come true because Red Dead Redemption 2 might be coming to the PC platform after all. Although there might be a catch or if the policies push through as observed in the website for German retailer MediaMarkt. MediaMarkt, which is Europe’s biggest retailer of consumer electronics and just behind Best Buy globally, currently has Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC listed beneath the Swedish branch of the site.
It even tells you that pre-orders are ready: “book now, pay by release” (thanks to Google Translate). There is one very major factor to perceive: the release date. The site truly lists the release date as December 31, 2019. But don’t fret, as this is more likely to be a fluke. The genuine release date is yet to be officially published.
Expect A Delay For The PC Version
If we take a look at Rockstar’s previous AAA titles, everyone should expect the same prolonged delay for the Red Dead Redemption 2 PC version as we saw in the past in the case of the Grand Theft Auto V, which took a couple of years before arriving on Steam. However, in the case of Grand Theft Auto V previous GTA games used to arrive on windows just after a few months after arriving for consoles.
With PC gamers excited to get a chance to wander around in the world built by Rockstar and discover more about the story surrounding John Marston and co., this is assured to be welcome news. So, does Red Dead Redemption 2 have a real chance of reaching for PCs after all? Or will something might cause the PC development to stop at all?
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