Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC has no disadvantages, says CEO of Take-Two

Even before Red Dead Redemption 2 arrives on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Rockstar fans think that, like Grand Theft Auto V, it will one day arrive on the PC. Although nothing has been confirmed to date, a recent statement by Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has rekindled the hope that an adaptation is underway.

In a meeting with investors, Zelnick said that “there are no disadvantages” in bringing the game to the PC. The statement itself is quite harmless, but it denotes a change in the position of the executive who, when asked about this possibility, has always taken a neutral position and stated that any decision of this type is exclusively up to Rockstar Games.

If Red Dead Redemption 2 is no longer a console-only experience, its arrival on computers may still be a long way off. Grand Theft Auto V, for example, took 18 months between its arrival on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 to receive an adaptation and, in the meantime, it was upgraded to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.