Kind of makes you wonder why Rockstar Games hasn't been talking much about it. Fan demand for the Old West release to come to personal computers hasn't declined since the game first released, but Rockstar is keeping its lips sealed.
It's been six months since Red Dead Redemption 2 launched on the PS4 and Xbox One yet Rockstar still hasn't publicly confirmed if a PC version is going to come out. His self-reported work at Rockstar included physics programming for Grand Theft Auto V and Max Payne 3. Shortly after release, a former member of Rockstar Leeds - who also said that they worked on GTA V and LA Noire on PC - had a similar update.
While it still remains to be seen if Red Dead Redemption 2 will get a PC release any time soon, all signs seemingly point in a positive direction for would be players as the game would have been well into production back in 2016. That game is tipped to be in the works for the PC, and some are expecting at least one big announcement at E3 2019 this summer from the game developer.
Again, though, they're now only available in the US.