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'Red Dead Redemption 2' is coming to PC on November 5th

It'll launch on Steam in December after other digital platforms.
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Rockstar's western opus Red Dead Redemption II is coming to PC on November 5th. According to the studio, the PC release of Red Dead Redemption II will include both technical and graphical enhancements, as well as new side missions and weapons. Rockstar also revealed that the game will be a Google Stadia launch title.

If you pre-order the game before October 22nd through the company's recently launched Rockstar Games Launcher, you can get two of any of the following games for free: Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Bully: Scholarship Edition, L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition and Max Payne 3: The Complete Edition. You'll also get a free upgrade to the game's premium edition, in addition to a variety of bonus in-game items. Pre-orders open on October 9th.

Besides the Rockstar Games Launcher, Red Dead II will also be available digitally through the Epic Games store, the Humble Store, Greenman Gaming and "additional digital retailers." The game will launch on Steam in December.

Red Dead Redemption II is the first entry in the Red Dead series that will make its way to PC. The series started in 2004 with Red Dead Revolver. For most people, however, their introduction to the franchise came courtesy of 2010's excellent Red Dead Redemption.

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