Death Stranding is officially coming to PC in 2020


505 Games has confirmed they will be publishing Death Stranding for PC, but with a catch. At this time, it looks like Death Stranding will remain a PlayStation 4 exclusive in regards to consoles.

Ahead of the PlayStation 4 launch of Death Stranding, 505 Games and Kojima Studios have confirmed that the upcoming title featuring Mads Mikkelsen, Norman Reedus, Guillermo del Toro, and Geoff Keighley will be headed to PC in the summer of 2019.

In the official press statementDeath Stranding will have more information about its PC release being revealed at a later date.

“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. Death Stranding will take gamers through a completely original experience that will delight PC gamers everywhere,” CEO Raffi Galante stated in the official press release.

While Hideo Kojima and the teams at Kojima Productions are still hard at work on their upcoming title, which includes the possibility of another secret that could take players another six-to-eight months or more before they can discover it. While there is still little known about Death Stranding, you can expect a lot more about the upcoming title within the next couple of weeks.

We can only expect that the story of Sam Porter (Norman Reedus), will be a riveting one as he travels across a devastated wasteland in order to save all of humanity from an otherworldly force. At this time, however, it seems that 505 Games is merely handling the PC release of the game as an acting publisher.

They’re known for recently publishing titles such as Control, PAYDAY 2, Terraria, and now, Death Stranding.

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