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Purple Useless Redemption 2 is coming to Home windows PC on Nov. 5. Rockstar Video games introduced the Home windows PC port of its huge, open-world Western journey on Friday, confirming the long-awaited PC launch that’s been rumored for almost a 12 months.

The PC model of Purple Useless Redemption 2 will probably be out there for pre-order through the Rockstar Video games Launcher on Oct. 9. It should even be out there for pre-order through the Epic Video games Retailer, Inexperienced Man Gaming, the Humble Retailer, GameStop, and “additional digital retailers” beginning Oct. 23. Rockstar stated the PC model can even be bought on Steam, however not till December.

Purple Useless Redemption 2 can even be a launch title for Google Stadia, which launches in November.

Rockstar is incentivizing pre-orders by way of its personal recreation launcher by giving clients two free video games on PC. Patrons who pre-order can select from Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice Metropolis, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Bully: Scholarship Version, L.A. Noire: The Full Version, and Max Payne 3: The Full Version. Moreover, pre-orders made by way of Rockstar’s recreation launcher will embrace a free improve to the premium version of Purple Useless Redemption 2, and $20 off the particular and supreme editions of the sport.

The PC model of Purple Useless Redemption 2 will included “a range of graphical and technical enhancements for increased immersion,” Rockstar stated in an official announcement. The developer additionally guarantees “new Bounty Hunting Missions, Gang Hideouts, Weapons and more.”

Purple Useless Redemption 2’s PC launch was extensively anticipated after Rockstar Video games launched its personal launcher, the place PC avid gamers can play titles like Grand Theft Auto 5, Bully, and L.A. Noire.

Rockstar launched Purple Useless Redemption 2 on PlayStation four and Xbox One in October 2018. That makes the turnaround for a PC model of Purple Useless Redemption 2 significantly shorter than Rockstar’s earlier recreation, Grand Theft Auto 5, which took greater than 18 months to make the bounce from consoles to PC.


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