Death Stranding: Director’s Cut has a release date on PC

Lost in limbo, but not in time: the release date of Death Stranding for PC is there, and it’s not too far away according to the publisher

Who was waiting to be a courier in the limbo of Death Stranding: Director’s Cut his PC now he will just have to wait for it to arrive exit date, but not that it is revealed. The publisher 505 Games provided a welcome and welcome confirmation on Twitter. The rumors about the latest son of Hideo Kojima have followed one another in recent times, and now the Sony exclusive (on the console front) is waiting for a launch on Steam ed Epic Games Store per this spring. The game will also support Intel’s new technology (Xe Super Sampling, or XeSS for friends) in terms of resolution upscaling.

The release date of Death Stranding on PC

We too agree that “spring 2022” is more of a release period than a date, but the PC version of Death Stranding: Director’s Cut is already promising sparks. Not only will there be new content and features, but the eternal (sardonic or otherwise) crusaders of the “master race” will enjoy a “high framerate mode“And a support for Ultrawide monitors. Snapshot mode is also included, with crossover content for both Valve’s Half-Life and CD Projekt RED’s Cyberpunk 2077. We leave you with the announcement tweet from the 505 Games account.

I bonus will be included many, and if needed we will be happy to list them again.

  • Un book digitale di Titan Books, “Selections from The Art Of DEATH STRANDING”
  • Patches for backpacks
  • Special Delivery Team Gold Suit for Sam Bridges
  • Golden customization for the BB capsule
  • Golden gloves
  • Special Delivery Team Silver Suit for Sam Bridges
  • “Omnireflector” customization for the BB capsule
  • Silver gloves

As for the system requirements and the price, perhaps more salient details, 505 Games preferred not to unbutton, giving us the appointment for the next few months. The game itself is already available for PS5, while PS4 owners will have to shell out ten euros to upgrade to the final version. We’ll see; for now, tomorrow is in the hands of the publisher.

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