Red Dead Redemption 2 PC may be well on its way, if recent leaks are something to go on. We're talking about the mysterious Project Bonaire, of course, which may well be anything, if you're cynical about these things.
Bonaire recently made ripples when IARC, the Australian media ratings board, refused to classify this unannounced Rockstar project due to inclusion of sexual content and violence. While RDR2 did get greenlit on consoles, a leaker has since alleged that this is Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC after all.
"Rockstar mysterious title called "Bonaire" is the code name for RDR2 PC," said the leaker on Twitter. "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."
What gives this theory further credence is that, back in 2015, IARC also took issue with the GTA V Rockstar Editor which debuted on PC. Since this makes for solid precedent, Bonaire may well have gotten rejected due to there being an RDR2 Rockstar Editor present in the PC version.
There's no reason for us not to be sceptical about this theory, of course, but one's got to admit it's a pretty good one, to boot.