Rockstar Games' upcoming western epic, Red Dead Redemption 2, is slated for release later this year, but just like the first game, the studio has announced no official plans to bring the title to the PC audience. However, a former developer in the company may have accidentally revealed that a PC version is being built in secrecy.
Spotted by VG247, the developer's LinkedIn profile says that the individual has worked as a programmer on Red Dead Redemption 2's PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 versions. While the report is keeping details regarding this former employee hidden, we do see that the developer has also worked on L.A. Noire, and GTA V.
As always, remember to not take this piece of information as confirmation of an upcoming PC edition. The profile listing could be a mistake, or the studio may have canceled the PC version altogether at a later date, considering the developer had left the position in 2016.
However, It's also possible that we will see a repeat of the GTA V situation for Red Dead Redemption 2, where the PC version arrived more than a year after the original console release with various enhancements. Hopefully, this time PC players won't have to wait until the next generation of consoles hit the market to get their share of gunslinging.
In the official front, Red Dead Redemption 2 launches on October 26 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Source and image: VG247