Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Version Listed On Rockstar Employee’s Resume
Red Dead Redemption 2 continues to resonate with its players many months after its initial release. Like with previous Rockstar games, many have been wondering when they would be able to play the game in its greatest possible technical potential on PC. Rumors have been circulating since the game’s launch on PS4 and Xbox One about a possible PC version, including its possible status as an Epic Games store exclusive. Now, one Rockstar employee’s updated resume may point to the PC version’s existence.
As spotted by Reddit user bongos_mongos, Rockstar Games employee Nan Ma updated his LinkedIn profile resume to include his work on Red Dead Redemption 2. Ma worked with Rockstar Games Toronto until 2016, working on big projects like Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2. What was interesting is that it was pointed out that Ma’s work on the game had PC listed as one of the platforms.
The mention of a PC version has since been removed from Nan Ma’s profile, but the Reddit post also makes reference to another previous instance where a Rockstar employee also made a similar mention of an RDR2 PC version on their LinkedIn profile. Time will tell if these posts are valid and leaked a PC port of the game, but with E3 coming up soon, fans of Arthur Morgan may not have to set up camp too many more days before playing his adventures on PC.
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