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Or some form of major update coming to Red Dead Online. The listing for Red Dead Redemption 2, which you can view here, is dated August 20 and gives the title an MA 15+ rating for "Strong Violence, Strong Themes, Online Interactivity" under the Computer Games category. With the title already rated for its console release last year this could mean a PC version is coming sooner rather than later.

A surprise PC release for Red Dead Redemption 2 in the coming months would most certainly be a very good thing leading up to the holidays. And it's an experience we'd love to play in Ultra-Wide 21:9 for that true cinematic Western look - on the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX hardware.

As per our review, it's stunning.
Whether it’s day or night; sun or shower; wind or thunder -- Red Dead Redemption 2’s game-world is simply breathtaking at every direct and peripheral point. You’ll find yourself shaking your head in disbelief, gasping for air or just stopping whatever it is you’re doing to take in the view.

With the recent debut of the Rockstar Game Launcher, we now patiently wait for the official Red Dead Redemption 2 PC reveal.



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