The fandom of "GTA 6," "Bully 2," and "Red Dead Redemption 2" were recently drawn into the mysterious title dubbed as "Project Bonaire." since it was spotted last month through an Australian classification board, speculations and rumors surrounding the title depend. Today, a set if rumors claim that "Project Bonaire" is the PC version of "Red Dead Redemption 2."
"Project Bonaire" first made headlines last August 21 following the IARC rating board refused to classify the project from Rockstar Games. The board claimed that the project has some sexual and violent contents. But, on August 39, a leaker said that the project is in fact "Red Dead Redemption 2" PC version.
The mystery surrounding "Project Bonaire" and "Red Dead Redemption 2" deepened after a Reddit user in "Bully 2" subreddit sent an email directly to the rating board. Reddit user named AlieNNatioN uploaded a screenshot of an email response he had received from the IARC. The reply came after he sent an email asking several questions about "Project Bonaire." the response said its appreciation for the Reddit user's inquiry about the computer game title "Project Bonaire."
The reply went on stating that the classification was erroneous. According to the response, the Department had contacted Rockstar Games, which said that an error was made when they filled out the questionnaire provided by IARC. The email further stated that there is no computer game titled "Bonaire" or "Project Bonaire." Further, it stated that the project has since been removed from the National Classification Database.
Although this means that the mystery has already been cleared up, a new interesting development was uncovered. On the same day that AlieNNatioN inquired about "Project Bonaire," the board refused classification for "Red Dead Redemption 2." This discovery triggered another nagging question.
That is, why would the IARC refuse classification to a game that is already released? This only provides support to the leaker's claim that the "Red Dead Redemption 2" PC port and "Project Bonaire" are one and the same. It can be recalled that a data miner also shared on GTA Forums the PC settings of "Red Dead Redemption 2." While this is in no way a solid proof that the PC version of the game is on the way, it adds more excitement in the "RDR2" fandom. But, since this is a leak, we advise that you treat this one with a barrel of salt and with great skepticism.