Bonaire Project May Be PC Edition of Red Dead Redemption 2
As you may recall, we have informed you that Rockstar Games has been working on a project called Bonaire Project in the last weeks and that it has done so in secret. On the Australian Classification site, the title “Bonaire”, in which Rockstar Games appeared as production and publisher, was classified. At first we thought this project was a DLC. Particularly according to Kotaku Australia’s theory; Bonaire is an add-on for Red Dead Redemption 2 in both single and multiplayer modes. Bonaire is the name of an island in the Caribbean.
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On top of this news, a Twitter user named TezFunz2 claimed that this project was not the DLC but the name they used for the PC version of the game. Red Dead Redemption 2’s release of the PC version of the first months of 2020 said that we can see.
Let us remind you that these claims are not official, but if Red Dead Redemtion 2 is coming to the PC, it is likely to come in 2020. He will probably want to do what he did on GTA 5 at Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games. After the new generation consoles come out, they will want to bring them to both the PC and other consoles. You can find the mentioned tweet below.
Rockstar mysterious title called "Bonaire" is the code name for RDR2 PC.— Tez2 (@TezFunz2) August 30, 2019
As to why it was refused classification is unknown, but I would assume it's because of something new within the PC version as the Australian government seems to be okay with the console versions.#RDR2 pic.twitter.com/CUB13ipVei