Red Dead Redemption 2 has been given a rating by Australian Classification Board thus hinting at Rockstar Games finally announcing the PC version.
Red Dead Redemption 2 first launched for PS4 and Xbox One in October last year. The game was never announced for PC even though there were several rumors and leaks regarding a possible PC version. Rockstar Games never officially acknowledged the existence of a PC port.
Recently, it was discovered that the Australian Classification Board had rejected two different submissions for a game that was submitted by Rockstar Games. It was first seen with a codename Bonaire where the classification was rejected and Rockstar Games submitted it a second time and faced the same rejection.
The third time ended up being the charm for Rockstar as the game has been given the pass to be sold in Australia. It is getting the same M15+ rating as the console ports of Red Dead Redemption 2 have received from Australian Classification Board. You can find the rating here and it can also be manually searched from the website.
So what does this mean for the PC port? It is very likely that we are now close to the announcement of the PC version. It is possible that this announcement will happen ahead of the one year anniversary of the game’s launch. In any case, a PC port is very likely to happen after the massive success Rockstar Games has achieved with Grand Theft Auto V on PC.