Rockstar has confirmed, “there are no current plans” for Red Dead Redemption to be released on PC.Responding to a question on the Rockstar newswire on whether Red Dead would be coming to PC, the developer broke the bad news.”As of now, there are no current plans to bring Red Dead Redemption to the PC platform. If that should change, we will let you know.”However we can take some positivity’s from the announcement with the developer using the words “as of now”. At least it means Rockstar hasn’t ruled out entirely the release of the impressive open world western meaning we could very well see it in the future.Lets not forget it took a little longer for the Grand Theft Auto games to make the jump from the consoles to the PC.Check out what we thought of Red Dead Redemption here and if you have already picked it up don’t forget the “Outlaws To The End” Co-op DLC will be released for free on PSN and Xbox LIVE on 22 June.

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