Jokes aside, evidence is mounting for an actual, real-life, bona-fide PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2, with the latest clue a product page on the website of "MediaMarkt", a large European retailer.
It's no surprise that people are closely watching for any signs for Red Dead Redemption 2, what will probably be the biggest game of the year. But as the weeks and months progressed, and Red Dead didn't show up on the classification database, people started to worry.
Here's a screengrab (with Google-translated text), in case it disappears.
And the boxart.
The supposed release date is December 2019, though it's hard to read into that much. We'll just have to wait for Rockstar's denial, admission or more likely, utter silence.
Red Dead Redemption on PC? Didn't happen. How about RDR2? That's also a dead horse, well-whipped. But that hasn't stopped one eager publisher from putting up its hand and offering to handle the desktop version of Rockstar's upcoming open-world gunslinger.