Published On: Wed, Mar 27th, 2019

Target Australia Seems To Think Red Dead Redemption 2 Is Coming To Switch

Red Dead 2

Listen, we all wish Red Dead Redemption 2 to come to Switch. That’s a given. It’s one of a year’s biggest games and has gotten soap-box reviews all over a world, so we’d be stupid to even advise we’re not sceptical of a PS4, Xbox One and PC-owning chums who all have a possibility to try a Wild West and do some rootin’ and tootin’ in a comfort of their vital rooms.

However, we’re also realists, and we know that removing such a large and technically perfectionist movement journey onto a unstable console would be a near-impossible task; we’re not observant it couldn’t occur ever, though a sacrifices compulsory would certainly impact a knowledge to a thespian degree.

Someone should substantially tell Target Australia that, as a association has listed Rockstar’s cowboy epic for recover on – we guessed it – Nintendo Switch. On page 12 of a latest catalogue, Target lists Red Dead 2 as being accessible on PS4, Xbox One and Switch.

You can see a page below, and we’ve used a Blade Runner-level tech to wizz in and give some-more detail.

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Now, before we go job Target stupid billies, it’s utterly probable that this is only a elementary mistake, and a Switch ensign striking was combined to a box art quite by accident. NBA 2K19 – that is shown above Red Dead 2 – is not listed as being accessible on Switch when we know that it is, so maybe a engineer who put this catalog together got a dual games churned up? Whatever a reason, we suppose that a association is now removing flooded by requests for a diversion on Switch, so whoever proofed this sold territory of a catalog competence get a unrelenting telling-off.

(Either that or it’s a deceit ploy to get as many eyes as probable on Target’s wares. If so, we fell for it.)

Thanks to everybody who sent this in.

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