A short video clip that appeared to show Red Dead Redemption 2 for the PC surfaced online recently, and it’s gotten tongues wagging.
The unbelievably popular title from Rockstar Games launched back in October this year – but only for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers.
Since the announcement of the title, fans have been begging Rockstar to bring the game to PC – and we might finally have proof that that’s happening – if the following footage is to be believed…
The less-than-30 second clip was deleted from YouTube and was then re-uploaded via another channel.
The video, which you can watch below, shows a blurry look at what appears to be PC settings for RDR2, showing the resolution, refresh rate, quality settings, and basically anything you’d find in the settings for a PC game.
The clip’s description reads: “This is a Leaked footage of Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC, it hasn’t been confirmed yet, but if is fake, he did a great job.”
The pinned comment adds: “Ok, I’ve got some news, the original video and channel of the leak got removed, I think that this leak could be true now. (I only hope that this doesn’t happen with my channel too)”
Check out the video below and let us know what you think!
Commenters on the video seem pretty convinced, with one viewer writing: “Why this is Real-
1.The Mouse Movement
2.When you see him going through the settings it does not work like console he just moves his cursor to settings and it get’s highlighted also can be seen inside the setting’s menu
3.Space is for applying the setttings just like in GTA 5 and Enter and ESC key can also be seen
4.Also you can see when he goes through the graphic settings then each one tells what it does
“Why this Could be fake(What People Think)-
1.Not a lot of options included in the Graphics customization but it could be a beta version if u see the previous GTA 5 leak,not a lot options were included
2.No Keyboard or Mouse sound(This Confuses me too but he was only using mouse which generates a sound and he used Space for applying settings which makes a lot of sound in terms of keys)
“I Think its real what do you think?”
Rockstar Games has yet to comment on the supposed leak.