If you happen to’d informed me again in 2010 that Pink Useless Redemption would take 14 years to launch on PC, I’d have been glad: the world nonetheless has at the very least 14 years left within the tank! However then I in all probability would have grown aggravated: 14 years to play a PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 game on PC? It is merely unfair.

New proof suggests a Pink Useless Redemption PC port is imminent. Famed GTA dataminer Tez2 posted new code from the Rockstar launcher site right this moment, and it does not go away a lot room for interpretation. Among the many code is the next quote: “Journey throughout the sprawling expanses of the American West and Mexico in Pink Useless Redemption, and its zombie-horror companion, Undead Nightmare, now playable on PC.”

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If true, it is a canny move on Rockstar’s half: releasing a basic game on the second largest gaming platform on this planet (after cellular) reveals great enterprise acumen. 

Pink Useless Redemption acquired PS4 and Nintendo Change ports final 12 months, which have been very welcome, although some have been dissatisfied by the shortage of graphical enhancements. Even the PS4 model remained locked at 30fps, for instance, although a 60fps possibility was later made out there for gamers on PS5. Others have been aggravated by the $50 price ticket, which the CEO of Rockstar’s father or mother firm, Straus Zelnick, referred to as a “commercially correct worth”. 

Rockstar has lengthy been shy of PC. PC variations of each Grand Theft Auto 5 and Pink Useless Redemption 2 launched a 12 months after their console equivalents, and arguably essentially the most anticipated videogame of all time, Grand Theft Auto 6, may also skip PC when it launches on consoles subsequent 12 months. Why? The subject has by no means been instantly addressed by Rockstar.

We reached out to Rockstar, who declined to remark.