Death Stranding, the celebrated exclusive on the PlayStation 4 console is coming to PCs. While the original release date was scheduled as early as June 2nd, there has been some changes due to the company being locked down.
As the team members are unable to work and deliver the final touches for the PC version of the game, Kojima Productions announced that the game will be posted to 14th July. The game is coming to both Steam and Epic game launcher. Japan is the hometown of the development firm where work from home orders have been established to control COVID19.
The developers and game designers, according to the company are unable to work to their full potential. While they can individually complete their part of the game from their homes, it is important that they come together before the grand release. Besides, it is good that the developer doesn’t focus on releasing a half-finished product but would like to take a month’s time to perfect the release.
The announcement was officially made on Twitter. Similar to all PC releases like Red Dead Redemption 2 and GTA V, Death Stranding will focus on high frame rates that may go up to 100FPS or even more based on the power of the graphics card being used. The game will also support ultra-wide monitors for an immersive experience that will be far better than a television because this game is all about the visual glory and the in-depth story line penned by Hideo Kojima.
A bunch of PlayStation 4 exclusives are coming to PC if we are to believe the rumors. Horizon Zero Dawn is heading next and it won’t be surprising if Last of Us or God of War finds its way in the near future. With Microsoft’s Xbox heading to a PC and console approach, Sony may adopt it but in their own way by delaying these releases so that PS4 owners are happy at the end of the day.