Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most anticipated games of the public on PC platform, not only for its sensational development and the excellent reception of criticism during the release in consoles, but also because we are sure that, thanks to the technology of computers, this world of RockStar can become one of the games with the highest technical quality of all time. The studio made us wait years for Grand Theft Auto 5, but we believe that it will not happen with this one. At the moment, there is no official statement of any kind.

But today we find something that can be as real as Half-Life 3 or a Call of Duty without microtransactions: A video appeared, showcasing the only proof of the existence of Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC, where you can see that the user enters the pause menu and begins to go through the graphics configuration options, also encouraging to change the resolution of 1080p to 1440p. The original video was deleted by the user who had uploaded it to YouTube, but other users have been able to download it in time, re-upload it.

As always, all these things have to be considered with a pinch of salt, especially because of the nature of the video. It is hard to believe that someone is playing a PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 without showing how to use the mouse and keyboard to give further proof of its veracity, although it is not easy to do all the animation of that menu so convincing in a short time.

However, we must bear in mind that a similar leak had happened with Grand Theft Auto 5 prior to its official announcement for the PC, and at that time no one believed that the video was real.

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