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John Marston is a beloved character who first appeared in the 2010 open-world western game Red Dead Redemption, released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In 2023, the game was ported to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. A prequel titled Red Dead Redemption 2 launched in 2018, set 12 years before the original, and was made available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Surprisingly, the original Red Dead Redemption has never been released on PC, despite the popularity of the franchise and the PC port of Grand Theft Auto V.

However, there may be a glimmer of hope for PC players eager to experience John Marston’s story. A recent data mine, spotted by Eurogamer, suggests that the 2010 title could finally be heading to PC. While this is not confirmed, the discovery has sparked speculation that the beloved game may soon make its way to the PC platform, allowing a new audience to join the journey of the former outlaw.

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So as we said for PC release this may or may not happen but it seems to be a possibility as we see from the post on social media.

According to the article by Eurogamer “Rockstar has today updated its PC launcher site file with a series of new “marketing strings”.” The person who posted this adds that this is similar to how GTA V games are promoted. The key part is what is shown on the screenshot

“RDR_ProductPromotion_Intro_Body” and reads, “Journey across the sprawling American West and Mexico in Red Dead Redemption, and its zombie-horror companion, Undead Nightmare – now playable on PC.”

So reading that it seems Rockstar is preparing to bring their iconic title to PC but please take this news lightly as it’s unconfirmed. Hopefully, soon we hear some news as of this true it doesn’t look like it’s set to be far from launch.

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