Red Dead Redemption 2 has proven to be an absolute masterpiece and more than lucrative on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One alone, but rumours of it coming to PC have persisted since day one, with the latest one again coming from LinkedIn.
As usual, some eagle-eyed Reddit users were quick to notice, not to mention screenshot, the profile of a former physics programmer at Rockstar's Toronto studio, whose credits feature Red Dead Redemption 2's PC version.
The person in question is Nan Ma, who has since moved on from Rockstar and founded his own company Future Immersive.
Even though the information has apparently been removed in the meantime, the screenshot of his LinkedIn profile clearly lists PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC editions of Rockstar's masterpiece.
Now, Red Dead Redemption never made its way to the master race but most expected the sequel to launch on PC at some point.
While Rockstar's fortress barely slipped any info on, well, anything that might suggest we may see it on PC, there are some rumours that are getting a bit too frequent.
Namely, this is not the first time that Red Dead Redemption 2's PC version has been listed on a resume of a Rockstar employee, as the first one dates as far back as June 2018, before the game even launched.
There was also the leak from MediaMarkt, whose listing suggested 31 December 2019 as the release date, which at the time was said to be just a placeholder.
The page has been removed relatively quickly, but it's never fast enough with these things, especially considering the sheer amount of hype that Red Dead Redemption 2 generated.
When it comes to finances, Red Dead Redemption 2 has been one of the most lucrative entertainment products on the planet, and we're not just talking in the games category.
The game ended up earning Rockstar $725m in the opening weekend, so it's hard to imagine that the dev won't be bringing it to PCs.
You can find the screenshots on Reddit here.