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Death Stranding coming to PC in 2020

Death Stranding News

In a surprising annoucement, Kojima Productions revealed something that fans had long suspected. It turns out that Death Stranding will in fact be heading to a platform other than the PS4. Kojima’s newest game will be heading to the PC in Summer 2020 according to statements from the developer.

“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,” 505 Games co-founder and CEO Raffi Galante was quoted in the release. “Death Stranding will take gamers through a completely original experience that will delight PC gamers everywhere.”

The developer previously revealed that the game was a PS4 exclusive, before shifting gears behind the scenes and dropping the marketing for Death Stranding suggesting it was an exclusive. This led to tons of gamers and press to suspect that the strange new game as in fact coming to other platforms as well. And as it is very unlikely that the Xbox One would be chosen given the lack of presence of the Xbox in Japan, one of the primary gaming markets of the world, the PC seemed like a much more likely choice. And now we have confirmation that the game is in fact coming to the PC.

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The story of Death Stranding will have quite a few twists and turns, with a lot of mystery along the way. Norman Reedus’ character Sam is caught up in some rather strange controversies and power politics, and he clearly has some major history with these various groups. It’s heavily hinted that the current downfall of humanity was at least partially caused by these same shadowy groups. That downfall seems to hinge on the loss of interaction and communication on a deep level within human civilization. It’s not something as simple as an unhooked phone line, it seems a lot more mystical than that. Now, Sam must help restore order by acting as a messenger, carrying a message of hope. Sam is very reluctant to get involved with this nightmare once again, and we’re likely to see more of his backstory and personal struggle as the game unfolds.

There’s a lot of things about this game that no one really understands. From celebrity cameos to really weird story elements, there’s a ton of depth buried in this title. See if you can spot details that we all missed in that series of teasers that were previously released: “Create the Rope”, “Reconnect” and “Tomorrow is in Your Hands“. Maybe you can figure out something everyone else missed.

Death Stranding is due out for the PS4 on November 8th.

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