After Rockstar's teaser last week, Andy painted the ideal Red Dead Redemption 2 reveal: A new trailer, a concrete launch date, and confirmation that a PC version is on the way. Sadly, only the former has surfaced. But it's nevertheless very pretty.
Here's Red Dead Redemption 2's latest official trailer:
Teasing the story of outlaw Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang, the above flaunts robbing, stealing, and generally unscrupulous cowboy-ing "across the vast and rugged heart of America".
Red Dead Redemption 2 is still without a solid launch date, although is due on PS4 and Xbox One consoles in Spring next year. Company president Karl Slatoff described the PC market as "very important" during an investors call last month, however failed to commit to an RDR 2 PC port for the time being.
As we reported then, the furore around GTA 5's OpenIV modding tool earlier this year—and subsequent shutdown of that team's Red Dead Redemption map—raised some questions of Rockstar and the possibility of RDR2's eventual PC introduction. Whatever happens, here's Chris' thoughts on why Rockstar has no reason not to deliver the next Red Dead game to PC.