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Mar 14, 2017 02:13 PM EDT

'Red Dead Redemption 2' PC Release Date, Update: Most-Awaited Game of The Decade to Appear at E3?


"Red Dead Redemption 2" finally sees some light as more leaks and updates are showing up. Here's the latest detail!

Ethan Korver joins the cast

Ethan Korver reportedly becomes "RDR 2" voice actor but not a lead role. According to Korver himself, he voices a cowboy character without being credited. The actor is popularly known as Eli in "State of Decay".

"Red Dead Redemption 2" at E3

Another report suggests that Rockstar could announce "RDR 2" at E3 this year. The biggest game show is the perfect place to reveal something huge like the most-awaited title of the decade. PC Advisor noted that Rockstar's parent company, Take Two Interactive, will headline E3 2017 and fans are expecting a big announcement from the company.

PC release date

"Red Dead Redemption 2" will be released to PS4 and Xbox One but the recent reports suggest that the game will have a PC version according to Daily Star. The media outlet sourced out a leak that claims Rockstar's plan to release "Red Dead Redemption 2" on PC. It is plausible as the studio reportedly cash out more to enhance the game for PC.

There is an argument that speculates "Red Dead Redemption 2" for PC will be launched simultaneously with Xbox and PS4 versions. It is also possible that Rockstar will release "RDR 2" for PC via PlayStation Now. According to PCGamesn, there will be popular titles coming to the service although Sony hasn't confirmed anything yet.  

Previously, the action-adventure game is announced for Autumn release but the details are still scarce. The fans obtained information only based on the commercial posters in a UK store. It seems that Rockstar decides to keep its lips tight but fans are hopeful that a huge announcement would be made at E3 2017.

Do you think "Red Dead Redemption 2" will have a PC version?


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