Rockstar Games and Take-Two are bringing Red Dead Redemption 2 to PC this year. However, the third-person shooter with first-person elements will hit the Epic Games Store, Rockstar Games Launcher, Stadia, Greenman Gaming, the Humble Store, and GameStop on November 5th, 2019, while the Steam version is coming sometime in December.
Despite the first title that is Red Dead Redemption not hitting PC, which dropped for consoles last generation for PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2010, PC gamers can go hands-on with the second installment Q4 2019.
The above-mentioned comes from Rockstar themselves and not from an outside source or rumor. According to the following tweet, gamers and cowpokes with “faith” can follow Author Morgan and the Van der Linde gang during the turn-of-the-century on the platform known as PC:
— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) October 4, 2019
Moreover, the PC version will sport enhanced graphics and other technical features. Sadly, no details are up as of this writing, but I assume gamers wanting a better looking 1899 will find just that when comparing it to its console counterparts:
“The first game in the Red Dead Redemption series to be featured on the PC platform, Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC features a range of graphical and technical enhancements for increased immersion along with new Bounty Hunting Missions, Gang Hideouts, Weapons and more.”
The above information that touches on new missions and content for PC comes from rockstargames.com. The given website portal also dives into the notorious online mode too:
“Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC also includes free access to the shared living world of Red Dead Online featuring all previously released improvements and the latest content updates for the complete online experience including Frontier Pursuits and the specialist Roles of Bounty Hunter, Trader and Collector for players to progress through and earn unique rewards.”
Furthermore, what yours truly is most curious about is the cut-content rumors that keep popping up that sees the older Red Dead Redemption 2 being spicier than the version we got. And since PC players can data-mine and search files, we can finally see if Cultur_Strawberry is a liar or if he was telling the truth. Besides that, modding will be a thing, too.
Lastly, Rockstar claims that more details about the “long-awaited” launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC will come next week.