Death Stranding Director’s Cut has been announced for PC, and it will be arriving sometime in spring, this year.
Publishers of the PC version of Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding, 505 Games, have revealed that they will be releasing the PC port of Death Stranding Director’s Cut some time this year. A press release from 505 Games provides more information on the same.
In the press release, president of 505 Games, Neil Ralley has stated, “We’re delighted to announce our partnership with Intel for DEATH STRANDING DIRECTOR’S CUT on PC”. The PC port of Death Stranding Director’s Cut will be featuring a host of several new improvements as well as updates, for the PC version of the game.
The Director’s Cut of the game, for instance will be making use of the new Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) graphics technology from Intel. The game will be having improved graphics which will make the PC experience of the game an unparalleled and one that is unrivalled. It will make the game run at a more elevated performance. Moreover, the higher frame rates will make the graphics of the game smoother, as well.
Death Stranding Director's Cut For PC Announced By 505 Games
As of now, the game is scheduled to release in the spring of this year. And the blog post on the 505 Games website has promised more information on the game and its release will be revealed, in time. Expectations are running high for the graphical improvements in the game and how well they will be translating into the camera mode.
The PC version of Death Stranding Director’s Cut is currently available for players to wish list on Steam. However, on release, the game will simultaneously available on Steam as well as the Epic Games Store. It will be published for PC by 505 Games. It is currently available to play exclusively on the PlayStation® 5.