The Australian Game Rating Association has just passed Red Dead Redemption 2 by its criteria. The game has been rated MA15 +, meaning it is suitable for children over 15 and not suitable for minors.
The point is that the game had already gone through the hands of the association, and this classification is listed separately. This factor suggests that Red Dead Redemption 2 will get a Windows PC version, a dream come true for many Rockstar franchise enthusiasts.
Rockstar Game Launcher announcement is another clue
Recently, Rockstar has launched its own game launching platform. It's called Rockstar Games Launcher and can be used to bring together any Rockstar games you have, as well as buy new ones.
As a launch offer, the distributor is offering GTA: San Andreas for a limited time. The game can be added permanently to your account and launched in Launcher. So a great way to attract users would be to launch Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC, using Launcher as an incentive.
User found PC settings in game files
Earlier this month, a GTA user named @videotechUK posted images of an investigation he made into the Read Dead Redemption 2 game files. The user found in the game code indications of PC settings such as texture quality, particles, motion. blur and support for DirectX 12.
It would not be the first time Rockstar has released a PC game after the main release on consoles. GTA V first came out for PS3 and Xbox in 2013, being converted and released for PC only in 2015.
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