Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding: Director’s Cut is coming to PC according to a press release for Intel’s Arc GPUs by a source. Previously, the Director’s Cut was released on the PlayStation 5 as a next-gen update. This version of the game includes features like DualSense support, enhanced combat, and new equipment just to name a few things.
The PC version will feature exclusive integration with Intel components. While Death Stranding did release for PC a while back, the Director’s Cut has been exclusive to the PS5. Initially unveiled during CES 2022, players are extremely excited to get a chance to play Death Stranding: Director’s Cut on PC.
According to 505 Games’ Neil Rally, Death Stranding will be partnering with Intel; using their new XeSS technology. This will certainly enhance the experience for PC players as it features tons of new content that weren’t present in the game before. Some of the new features include:
- You Can Rest In Even More Places
- Sam And BB Can Be Customized Even More
- Floaters Can Follow You on Ziplines Now
- Monster Energy Drink Has Been Removed
- Highways Now Stretch Into The Mountains
- Delivery Bots Actually Appear In The World Now
- Combat Has Been Deepened
- DualSense Support Adds More Heft To Cargo (This feature might be exclusive to PS5)
Death Stranding: Director’s Cut Release Date
While the news hasn’t been revealed officially, it is all but confirmed. According to previous trends, we can assume that Death Stranding: Director’s Cut will release somewhere around the second or third quarter of 2022. This is further backed up by the fact that God of War will release in Q1 (April). If nothing gets delayed, we will see the Director’s Cut in Q3 or Q4 this year.
We are extremely excited to play Death Stranding: Director’s Cut on PC when it comes out. This is Hideo Kojima’s first project ever since his departure from Konami in 2015. Let us know your thoughts about the Director’s Cut coming out on PC.