Another developer's LinkedIn profile hints at Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC

Over the past few months, gamers have been clamoring for Take-Two Interactive - which is Rockstar Games' parent company - to bring its latest hit title Red Dead Redemption 2 to PC. The game was a critical success and currently boasts a 97% rating on review aggregating website Metacritic.

While the title has only been made available for current-generation consoles as of now with no official confirmation of a PC release, there have been numerous rumors and hints of that happening sometime in the future. Now, a glimmer of hope for Red Dead Redemption 2 galloping on to the PC has once again emerged via a developer's LinkedIn profile.

As spotted by eagle-eyed people on Reddit, the LinkedIn profile of Future Immersive CEO and former Physics Programmer at Rockstar Games Toronto, Nan Ma, claims that he worked on Red Dead Redemption 2 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the PC during his time at the company.

It is interesting to note that this is not the first time that a developer has listed the game's PC release as a part of their work experience. In June 2018, the LinkedIn profile of a developer from Rockstar Leeds also made the same claim. There have been numerous other reports concerning this matter as well.

At this point, it is becoming clear that it's not a question about "if" the game will come to the PC, but rather has to do with "when" it will arrive on the platform. Rockstar Games took a similar approach with Grand Theft Auto V, where it released the title on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 2014, and then brought it to PC in April 2015. But since the wait is becoming longer with Red Dead Redemption 2 without any official announcement from the company, the matter is becoming an increasingly difficult test of patience for avid fans with each passing day.

Source: Reddit via DSOG

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