That makes for two major hints within a week.
Red Dead Redemption 2

Last week, fans found some tasty clues that Red Dead Redemption 2 is "probably" coming to the PC at some point. We went into those details already, so be sure to check out that information when you can. Today, additional clues have surfaced that again seem to point out that a PC release of the wild west shooter is coming at some point.

The information was first shared on the GTAforums and relayed to the public by DSOGaming. The details that were found came not from the Social Club like last week, but rather from the Red Dead Redemption 2 companion app. These snippets of code suggest various PC graphics settings, display settings, system settings, audio settings, and more.

There are also references to the DirectX Feature Set 12_1. This seems to indicate that the PC release, that totally doesn't exist *wink wink*, will be able to make use of DirectX 12. The graphical choices also suggest an Ultra preset option, which was not present in the PC release of Grand Theft Auto V.

Other notable options found include settings for shadow quality, tessellation, ambient occlusion, water quality, reflection quality, grass quality, various refresh rate options, numerous AA options, anisotropic filtering (AF), pedestrian level of detail slider, post processing options, soft shadows, and plenty more.