It's something that PC players have been begging for ever since the game was released way back in 2010, but Red Dead Redemption may finally come to PC in the form of a GTA V Total Conversion mod.
I'll be honest with you here; you and I both know that there's never going to be a fully perfect replication of Red Dead Redemption in the GTA V engine. These types of projects almost always fail to reach such lofty goals, and the sheer manpower and technical engineering required to make that work is completely impractical.
What you can expect, though, is the porting of all of Red Dead Redemption's map into GTA V, including the ability to drive cars around the desert like a madman. This part of the project is already well underway, with a trailer promised soon showing the team's progress of porting the map into the game.
But once this is complete, the team does intend to create Red Dead Redemption style content for the player to engage in within the newly ported areas. While porting the entire game's single player story seems totally impractical, it's not beyond the realm of imagination for modes such as taking over bandit forts, or certain side-missions, to be ported to the game too.
This comes at an opportune time, as interest in the franchise is currently at a high, with Red Dead Redemption 2 in development for Xbox One and PS4. The debate rages on as to weather this game will ever see a PC release, but one thing is clear, the demand is definitely there.