Red Dead Redemption was undoubtedly one of the best games to come out of the last generation of consoles but unfortunately, it never quite made it to PC. However, the rumour mill this week is claiming that PC gamers may finally get their chance, as Rockstar is apparently planning a Red Dead Redemption re-release, which would come to PC, Xbox One and PS4.
This is according to a source speaking with the Korean site, Game Focus. According to their source, a remastered version of the game is currently being localised for Asia, and may even be announced at the PlayStation Meeting on the 7th of September this week.
There isn't much more information beyond that, but if this proves to be true, then we may end up with some official information in just two days time.
This isn't the first time we have heard of Red Dead Redemption returning, earlier this year various sources claimed that a sequel is on the way, the game's map even leaked (allegedly). Unfortunately, a sequel hasn't been announced just yet but a re-release of the first game could tide people over while work on the sequel wraps up. That, and it would also give PC players a chance to experience it.
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KitGuru Says: I missed out on Red Dead Redemption last generation but if the game were to come to PC finally, I would pick it up. Hopefully this rumour doesn't turn out to be false, after all, a lot of people would probably play through Red Dead again if given the chance on new platforms.