One more "$50 port" confirmed?
Image Credit: Rockstar Games, Red Dead Redemption 2
There are indications that Rockstar Games' beloved 2018 action-adventure game and Wild West simulator Red Dead Redemption 2 may see a release on the Nintendo Switch console sometime in the future.
This speculation arises from a recent update in Brazil's age rating, first spotted by Universo Nintendo, where the game's classification now includes Nintendo's handheld device alongside the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions.
While the timing of this rating update's appearance remains uncertain, it's worth noting that Rockstar previously brought the original 2010 Red Dead Redemption and its Undead Nightmare DLC to the Nintendo Switch. This could imply the studio's intention to do the same for the sequel. However, it's important to mention that neither Rockstar Games nor Take-Two Interactive has officially commented on this matter.
In case you missed it, the Nintendo Switch version was launched back in August, with fans describing the release as a "$50 port of a 13-year-old game" and criticizing the studio for inflating the price tag. In response, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick called the price "commercially accurate" and said that it is "a great value for consumers".