Death Stranding, the upcoming title from Hideo Kojima, is now coming to PC and it will arrive around the summer of 2020.
Publisher 505 games has just confirmed that they will be releasing the enigmatic Director’s newest game on the PC platform and it is causing some excitement here. While many incredible console titles never make it to PC this particular game is not part of the legacy of Sony Playstation exclusives like God of War and Hoziron Zero Dawn. Instead, PC players will just have to bide their time.
Kojima Productions announced the news in a Tweet, shown below.
Thanks to all of you who have been supporting #DEATHSTRANDING!
DEATH STRANDING release on PS4 is November 8, 2019!!
Furthermore, KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS is happy to announce that DEATH STRANDING will be coming to PC in early summer of 2020!!#kojimaproductions #deathstrandingpc pic.twitter.com/Sk4clWWY1X
— Kojima Productions (@KojiPro2015_EN) October 28, 2019
Now we can confirm that the Playstation incarnation of Death Stranding is due to hit the Sony platform on 8 November 2019, with not too until summer comes around. Obviously, publisher 505 games are rightly chuffed to score this agreement.
“We are extremely excited and honored to be working with the supremely talented team at Kojima Productions and to bring Death Stranding to PC gamers around the world,” said 505 Games CEO Raffi Galante in a statement to the press. “Death Stranding will take gamers through a completely original experience that will delight PC gamers everywhere.”
For anybody who doesn’t know what exactly Death Stranding is, I’m going to fail horribly at explaining it now. Death Stranding is the latest Kojima production and takes place in an upside-down world linked between life and death. The game’s main protagonist Sam is tasked with taking on this bizarre water filled environment and reconnecting us. While the title is broadly described as an open world action game, we don’t expect to see an Assassin’s Creed rehash from this. If you aren’t quite sure what any of that meant, head over to the official website for more details or check out the launch trailers to be equally confused about what exactly is going on. Playstation owners can head over to the Playstation store now to pre-order while PC players will have to sit tight until we get a pre order price in our mailbox.