Rockstar Games have confirmed the arrival of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC. The news has arrived on their official Twitter Profile, for later to convert in mayhem in the online gaming world. Anyhow, this kind of move was somewhat expected, as it will boost Rockstar’s Neto by quite a while.
Multiple speculations were already circling that Rockstar Games is ready to make a move of this caliber. While nothing of this matter was proof to the existence, the confirmation has finally arrived.
— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) October 4, 2019
Red Dead Redemption 2’s official release date is slated for November 5, with a pre-order period starting in just a couple of days from now. That would be October 9th to be the perfect date for each fan across the world to acquire Red Dead Redemption 2 into their video game library.
For once, fans will finally enjoy the video game with better performance, and even if the release is a year after RDR2 first appeared on the PS and Xbox One repository, it still sparkles an interest.
In other news, Free GTA San Andreas offer ends today as announced by Rockstar Games.
But there’s a little problem with all of this. While Gaming had such a huge impact over the last year, starting this month, gaming media and live streaming platforms have been noticing a huge drop in visitors. Many people predict it’s just a lack of interest caused by monotony in the video game industry.
If consumers decide to follow the same trend in the coming period, then we wouldn’t predict the success of RDR2 on the PC platform to be the same as when it launched on Consoles.