A leaked image could be suggesting the upcoming 'Red Dead Redemption 2' is set for release.
The image shows a man with his legs and arms crossed which is a unique trait from the NPC in the 'Red Dead Redemption 2' teaser trailer which was released last year, however fans are unsure whether it is legit or fake.
Fans are also concerned that the popular game will not be available on the PC as no information about the new port has been mentioned by creators Redrock - who has success with other games including the 'Grand Theft Auto' franchise.
According to RDR2.com, writer Aron Gerencser said: "'Grand Theft Auto 5' taught Rockstar a great many things and some of the lessons are bound to rub off on 'Red Dead Redemption 2' in the right way. When 'GTA 5' eventually arrived for the PC it turned out to be the game's definitive edition. If 'Red Dead Redemption 2' ever gets a PC port, a similar situation is likely to arise.
"But if fans knew today that they were guaranteed to get a PC version of the game at some stage in the future there would be a good chunk of them that wait it out and only buy that edition."
Many fans are anticipating the release of the game on PC and have even set up a petition on change.org with more than 50,000 signatures.
Aron said: "RDR2 getting an eventual release on PC in spite of no PC version having been announced is a common expectation.
"There are a handful of good arguments to support a PC port. If we were to compare the ports to GTA 4 and GTA 5, massive strides forward can be noted, meaning Rockstar pumped a lot of cash into upgrading their PC development pipeline and structure."