Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Version Reference Found In Social Club
Red Dead Redemption 2 launched back in October last year for PS4 and Xbox One and there was no PC version in sight. If history is any indication, that might be changing soon since a reference to the PC version has been discovered in Rockstar Games Social Club source code.
Red Dead Redemption 2 rumors about the game coming to PC has been seen numerous times now. They were spotted on LinkedIn profile, spread through fake rumors, and stories about the PC version leaking had almost made its way online through various different media. Despite this all, Rockstar Games hasn’t announced any official PC release.
This new evidence is far more credible than any other leak because it was found in the source code of Rockstar Games Social Club, which is required to play the various Rockstar published games online. It is a prominent part of the PC marketplace and can also work separately from Steam on PC.
The source code references achievements for Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC. It was discovered by a user on Twitter who has linked to the source file, which is for Rockstar Games Social Club. You can verify it yourself and since this is from an official source, there should be no doubt left about it.
Rockstar Games have started to work on their next-generation project, which rumors are pointing towards a new Grand Theft Auto and Bully 2. Red Dead Redemption 2 still gets support from Rockstar Games for its online multiplayer mode, which has just been taken from a pre-beta state with an update.