Those who download the Rockstar Games Launcher will received a free copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on PC for a limited time, the company said.
Previously players would need to boot up Steam in order to access Rockstar’s library of games.
The executive was asked about the prospect of bringing Red Dead Redemption 2’s online multiplayer mode, Red Dead Online, to PC during a Q&A session at Baird’s 2019 Global Consumer, Technology & Services Conference.
“There’s no downside to releasing the game on PC,” he replied.
While Red Dead Redemption 2 remains unannounced for PC, given its success on Xbox One and PS4 – plus Rockstar’s history of launching PC versions of its games after their console release – it would be unsurprising if a PC version is officially confirmed in due course.