In the game data of Red Dead Redemption 2, Dataminer discovered a file of the Nintendo Switch's Pro Controller. Now fans are speculating why Rockstar Games is currently hiding the controller in the game. Among other things, it is conceivable that the makers will soon offer support for the Pro Controller in the PC version. Rockstar Games has not yet commented on this topic.
The Rockstar Games team has released Red Dead Redemption 2 since October 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Google Stadia. In the game data of the Western title is Twitter user "Tez2" has now come across an interesting discovery that shows the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. So far, this file has not been used in the game. On the Internet, some fans are now wondering what the Pro Controller in Red Dead Redemption 2 is all about.
The most likely solution is that Rockstar Games will also offer support for the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller in the game in the future. If a user decides for the controller of the Nintendo console on the PC, the correct keys are also shown in the Western title. There will probably not be native support for the Pro Controller on other platforms.
The alternative that Rockstar Games is porting Red Dead Redemption 2 is currently rather unlikely (buy now for € 22.00) works for Nintendo Switch. Especially with the lower hardware performance of the console, there should be some difficulties with the implementation. But games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt are now on the switch, which is why you should never completely exclude a port. Just a few days ago, publisher Take-Two sued a modder who was working on a PC version of the original.
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