After being mentioned in a leak, 505 Games has confirmed that the Director’s Cut version of Death Stranding will be coming to PC soon.
Hideo Kojima’s apocalyptic shipper simulation may have launched as one of the most controversial games of recent years, but financially the game has been good enough to warrant its own. next re-released version. Among them is Death Stranding Director’s Cut which is an upgraded version with many of the latest content that is currently exclusive to PlayStation 5, but it won’t be too long before it makes it to other platforms.
Originally released on PS4, the original version of Death Stranding came to PC not long after in July 2020. Then came the Director’s Cut, which was released last September, but then the games. Players still have no word on whether the game will come to PC or not. That’s why people noticed a recently leaked Intel press release that mentioned the PC port of the Director’s Cut, although it’s unclear to what extent this leak is true. Hopefully the game will actually launch on PC.
It turns out that the leak was accurate because publisher 505 Games recently confirmed that they are indeed bringing the Director’s Cut version to PC. Even more surprising is that this upgraded version is now expected to launch in the spring and will be available on both Steam and the Epic Games Store according to the publisher. While gamers will have to wait for a more specific release date, the fact that “spring” means we won’t have to wait too long.
Besides the game’s release timeframe, the announcement from 505 Games also confirms another detail from the Intel leak, that the Death Stranding Director’s Cut’s PC port is among the many games that will support Xe technology. Intel’s Super Sampling. Similar to other technologies such as Nvidia’s DLSS, XeSS will allow PCs to create enhanced graphics using a fraction of the pixels, allowing players to experience Death Stranding’s characters in more detail. , spookier enemies and vast natural landscapes in greater detail without the need to spoil the authenticity of the original resource.
Death Stranding: Director’s Cut will bring a lot of new features to the game. There are new story missions, new exploration and battle mechanics, improved features like replayable boss battles and smoother resource management, and fun activities like challenges combat and racing mode. This upgraded version even addresses some problematic aspects of the original release, but some gamers may regret hearing that the Director’s Cut will be missing the Monster Energy drink featured in the game. original game title.
Regarding the future of IP, as said before, it is likely that a sequel to Death Stranding could be in development. Hideo Kojima has announced that he is working on a new game project at Kojima Productions and this is just one of the few projects he has hinted at in recent times. At the moment, there’s no solid evidence that either of them is Death Stranding 2, but since the first game is still popular enough to spawn more re-releases, it’s possible that Kojima is planning to do so. return to the game’s world at some point in the future.
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