- Developer: Rockstar Games
- Publisher: Rockstar Games
- Genre: Action
- Platforms: XONE, PS4
- Release date: 26 October 2018
More than half a year has passed since the release of Red Dead Redemption II, but many PC players are still hoping for a PC version, about which rumors appear on the regular. The latest leaks add another bit of hope for the computer release.
The source is the LinkedIn profile of a developer named Nan Ma, who has worked for more than six years at Rockstar Games Toronto. His CV contained information that he was a programmer responsible for the physics engine of Red Dead Redemption II. Particularly interesting here is the fact he mentioned not only PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but also the PC among the platforms.
At the time of writing this news, the PC version is still in the developer's profile, but we expect it to be promptly removed. However, the fans managed to make a screenshot of this CV, so the beans had already spilled.
It is worth bearing in mind that this is not the first time a LinkedIn profile of a former Rockstar employee mentions the PC version of RDR2. That platform was also spotted a year ago in the CV of a programmer who was employed in the Leeds division of Rockstar.
Red Dead Redemption II was released on October 26th last year, on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game turned out an overwhelming success, both commercial and critical. In February, the creators boasted the production sold in 23 million copies.
- Official website of the game
- Red Dead Redemption II– Game Guide