Red Dead Redemption 2 Rated For PC In Australia
It only seemed like a matter of time. After releasing their own games launcher, it appears that Rockstar Games will be bringing one of their most critically-acclaimed titles to PC. According to an Australian Classification Board, Red Dead Redemption 2 will be ported to the PC.
Unsurprisingly, Red Dead Redemption 2 received an MA 15+ rating, the country’s equivalent to an M or PEGI 18. The information was discovered by ResetEra user vestan. In the post, vestan shows an initial filing from Rockstar for a game called “Bonaire”. After an inquiry was made and a representative of the IARC (International Age Rating Coalition) responded that there was no game called Bonaire. Whether this was a new title, or a dirty joke covering up the classification of a popular game, was unknown. The game was refused classification, so Rockstar filed under a different name: Red Dead Redemption 2.
Where this gets interesting is the fact that Rockstar already has a classification for the original console release for the game. As the ResetEra post says, Rockstar only had to file for multiple classifications last time with GTAV’s three distinct launch phases. This very well could be the same situation with Red Dead Redemption 2. While nothing is confirmed just yet, chances for a Red Dead Redemption 2 PC release look very strong right now. You can be sure that any news regarding a PC release for Red Dead or any other Rockstar games can be found as soon as it is available here on Don’t Feed The Gamers.
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Colin is a freelance writer for DFTG with previous bylines at other media outlets such as Twinfinite.