Rockstar Editor is coming to Red Dead Redemption 2 for consoles, and PC: Details inside

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Red Dead Redemption 2 will reportedly soon add the Rockstar Editor, a feature where players have been waiting for since the game was launched in October last year.

A data miner who looked through the code of the Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app based references to the Rockstar Editor, according to Rockstar Intel.

Bonaire first surfaced on August 21 after the Australian rating board IARC refused to distinguish the Rockstar project, claiming it to be because of the inclusion of sexual content and violence.

This led many to guess what the mystery project is, with fans of both Bully and Red Dead Redemption 2 holding out hopes for some sort of sequel or DLC. On August 30, a leaker claimed to know what is actually is.

Rockstar Editor is coming to Red Dead Redemption 2 for consoles, and PC: Details inside
Rockstar Editor is coming to Red Dead Redemption 2 for consoles, and PC: Details inside

What is Project Bonaire?

On August 30, infamous Rockstar leaker ‘Tez2’ tweeted regarding the project and claimed that it is actually a PC port for Red Dead Redemption 2.

He also added that he is unsure as to why the IARC refused classification for a game it’s passed before, but it could be because of some new content added to the port that isn’t in console versions.

“Rockstar mysterious title called “Bonaire” is the code name for RDR2 PC. 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.” he said.

Rockstar’s mysterious title called “Bonaire” is the code name for RDR2 PC.

As to why it was refused classification is unknown, but I would assume it’s because of something new within the personal computer version as the Australian government seems to be okay with the console versions.#RDR2

The leaker later theorized that another reason for the refusal could be because of the Rockstar Editor program, which was first introduced in GTA Vice City and allows players to create videos of their gameplay within the game.

Australia had actually taken issue when the feature was first released, so it’s not impossible that an RDR2 addition would cause problems with the same board. As to why it was refused classification is unknown, but I would assume it’s because of something new within the computer version as the Australian government seems to be okay with the console versions.#RDR2

View image on Twitter When asked about a possible release date for Bonaire, the leaker gave a vague timeframe for the end of 2019 or early 2020 but warned that it could be a
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