Rockstar’s open world epic’s PC release speculation flares up again.
Red Dead Redemption 2, one of the best games of the previous year – and really, of this entire generation – still remains unavailable to PC audiences. In the months since its launch on the PS4 and the Xbox One, there’s been speculation enough about a PC release, but Take-Two Interactive themselves have been hesitant to either confirm or deny the same.
But now, newly emerging information may have fanned the flames of that speculation again. The resume on the LinkedIn profile of one Nan Ma, former physics programmer at Rockstar Toronto, has made mention of a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2. Ma’s LinkedIn profile seems to have been edited since then to remove the same, but Wccftech took a screenshot, which you can view below.
Shortly after its launch last year, internal strings found within the Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app also suggested that a PC version of the game was on the way. Read more on that through here.
Meanwhile, the resume of another former Rockstar employee recently made mention of the project Rockstar is seemingly working toward next- Grand Theft Auto 6.