Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally coming to PC

The Most awaited sequel game on PlayStation 4 back in 2018 is now coming to PC this November. Rockstar Games confirmed on their post and if you are subscribed to their email, you have probably been sent an announcement that the Red Dead Redemption 2 will be making its way to PC. According to Rockstar, it will feature technical and visual improvements which means its graphics will also be tweaked for the PC version of the game. RDR2 in PC will also have new bounties, other side missions/quests, and all-new weapons.

The studio said that the release date will be on November 5 with special bonuses, free classic titles, premium upgrades, and more to those who will pre-purchase the game via Rockstar Games Launcher starting on October 9 of 2019. For those who will download the launcher for the first time, they will receive a free copy of GTA: San Andreas after they have downloaded it and it can be obtained via the launcher. The game might be supporting mods but originally, Rockstar has not yet released a statement of support for the modding.

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Moreover, after the release date of RDR2 in Rockstar Games Launcher this coming November 5, other game stores like Epic Games Store, Humble Bundle, and Green Man Gaming will also have their version of the game in their digital store’s platform and can be pre-ordered available on October 23. As for the gamers who have their utmost loyalty to Lord Gaben, the Steam version of the game will not be available until December. Since Red Dead Redemption 2 will be making its way to PC 1 month from now, we hope that Rockstar Games will also be making a Remastered Version of the 1st RDR for PC. According to Rockstar, more details about RDR2 PC will be unveiled next week.

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