Rockstar Games confirmed today that Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally doing something its predecessor failed to do. What is it, you ask? Well, it’s coming to PC (and it’s doing so this year). The game will get a Rockstar Games Launcher/Epic Games Store release on November 5th, while fans who prefer to buy their games on Steam will have to wait at least a month, as Valve’s digital download platform should get access to the open world Western title in December.
According to Rockstar, Red Dead Redemption 2 will follow on GTA V‘s footsteps when it comes to the quality of the port, introducing a number of graphical and technical enhancements made possible by the increased power of the platform, plus new weapons, Bounty Hunting missions, Gang Hideouts and more.
The complete Red Dead Online experience will also be available to PC players worldwide from day one, including all the updates and improvements released so far for the console versions of the game.