Rockstar Games have always released the PC version of their games a year later and has since been a trend, we saw the same thing happen with GTA V and Red Dead Redemption 2 but the first installment in the series never got a PC version.
The only way to play Red Dead Redemption on PC is by using the PlayStation Now service and though fans have been asking for a PC version of Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive have been silent on this.
A developer named Johnathon Wyckoff was reportedly working on a fan project but since has been shut down by Take-Two. This new project is called the “Red Dead Redemption Damned Enhancement Project” but has been shut down by Take-Two.
Take-Two Interactive issued a lawsuit claiming that “publicly stated intent to distribute unauthorized software files that would dramatically change the content of Take-Two’s video games”.
This lawsuit has made it impossible for Wyckoff to work on his “fan project” and he even tweeted out saying.
Take Two fine you win. RDR1 project cancelled happy. Stop the law suit i have a damn life. You guys should had waited i was gonna contact you this week. Geez you don't need to sue. Despite what you think you guys really killed modding. Will do an announcement video today guys 🙁
— GamingDamned Official (@TroubleDamnedz) December 27, 2019
But this saw him earning a lot of support as Red Dead Redemption has been wanted on the PC and since then Wyckoff has tweeted again saying that he has been talking with Take-Two Interactive about the case.
We in talks with Take Two. No further tweets on anything on this. I deleted last tweet as i want to be as open to show i want to sort this. Thank you guys for support and hope you understand.
— GamingDamned Official (@TroubleDamnedz) December 28, 2019
Hopefully, for everyone involved in this, the case gets resolved soon and we get a Red Dead Redemption Remastered version soon.
Red Dead Redemption was developed by Rockstar Games and is available for the PlayStation 3.