Death Stranding has been brought to the PC platform and it is likely that the Director’s Cut version of the game is about to do the same.
When Kojima Productions released Death Stranding in 2019 for the PlayStation 4, the title sparked a lot of controversy among the gaming community, with some unsure that the Metal Gear Solid creator’s new IP was actually hot. Although the ruined open world of Death Stranding has received good reviews, there are still some critics and players who are not interested in this so-called “shipper simulation” game. Still, it’s still a successful game enough to get a PC port and an upgrade for PS5, and that Director’s Cut upgrade is also said to be coming to PC.
According to a recent report, a press release from Intel regarding the Arc graphics cards coming this year has been leaked, which mentions many studios that will support Xe Super Sampling upgrade technology. of the firm. The document includes a quote from 505 Games president Neil Rally who said that Death Stranding on PC is very popular among gamers and that the company is “excited” about the partnership with Intel, and co. The company will soon bring the game Death Stranding Director’s Cut to the PC platform.
While the document’s credentials are primarily related to Intel’s upcoming upgrade technology, this small statement seems to confirm the Director’s Cut version of the open-world title from Kojima Productions is indeed. will be available to PC gamers at some point in the future. Gamers should also note that this is a leaked press release, so while the quote from Rally may be true, at this point we don’t have any official announcements. in addition to the above documents. The document alone seems like enough proof but it’s still better to wait for more detailed official statements.
Death Stranding Director’s Cut was released for PlayStation 5 in September 2021, coming with improved graphics, additional quests, and several other features not found in the original game. There are also some new build tools and weapons added, as well as some new locations included in the game’s world map. All in all, this is a game that has more advantages than the original and will be great to enjoy it on PC platforms.
Additionally, images posted from Kojima himself over the past year have also raised the possibility that Death Stranding 2 is in production, with one showing what looks like a studio with three mutilated characters. blurred in the background, the man in the center of which is said to be Norman Reedus. Of course even the rumors about Deah Stranding 2 are just speculations at this stage and there has been no official announcement about the sequel yet. But at least for now PC gamers can believe that Death Stranding Director’s Cut is likely to arrive on PC soon, just not sure when that will be and it will be worth looking forward to.
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