Red Dead Redemption coming to PC after 14 years

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According to text lines uploaded by Rockstar today and discovered by a respected Rockstar employee, Red Dead Redemption is finally coming to PC. Among the games that classic western fans have been wanting to see on PC since its release for Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2010, Red Dead Redemption stands out.

Tez2, a prominent member of Rockstar Games, shared a screenshot containing references to the PC version of Red Dead Redemption on social media. We also learned that the zombie horror game Undead Nightmare will be coming to PC alongside RDR. However, this information comes from Rockstar’s own launcher program. It’s unclear whether both games will initially come to Steam and other platforms. The GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition was released exclusively on Rockstar’s platform and then made its way to Steam and the Epic Games Store a few months later.

Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar, will release its quarterly earnings report on Thursday. It’s possible that the official announcement of Red Dead Redemption’s PC version could come before that date.