Enter today's leak, which gives us a very brief glimpse at Red Dead Redemption 2 in action. However, it appears that this listing was just a placeholder and nothing more. That's a common placeholder date used by retailers, but it signals that the game might launch on PC sometime next year.
That's right, following several rumours suggesting multiple discs for the physical edition of the open world western, new images from retailers and several other sources have indeed confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2 will feature two discs for the price of one.
Rockstar has not removed the leaked Red Dead Redemption 2 footage, but it's likely this will happen. So, taking all of this into consideration, all that we can do now is remain patient and find out if the long wait for RDR2 has been worth it. Players on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will want to get the preload started as soon as possible, especially if internet speed and bandwidth are an issue, as Red Dead Redemption 2 is quite large.
"I checked this with the games department at our headquarters and got told that it's something of a placeholder and that they count on it being announced sometime in the future (just as with GTA V for example)".
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While it makes sense that Red Dead Redemption 2 will eventually arrive on PC, it seems a little premature to post anything on it.
Rockstar Games has gone for a delayed PC release multiple times in the past.
That's massive, especially if you consider that the original consoles only shipped with 500GB hard drives.