The game will be coming to PC on Steam and Epic on June 2
Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding will be launched for Windows PC on Steam and Epic Games store on June 2. 505 games announced this on Monday. The PC version will be launched with a photo mode, high frame-rate support and ultra-wide monitor compatibility.
The weird part then is that it will be launched alongside a Half-Life crossover. There’s not much information on what exactly this means for Death Stranding, but it definitely made us curious. The crossover was announced at the end of the PC trailer.
Death Stranding was originally launched on November 8 for the PlayStation 4. There were seven nominations in the 20th edition of the Game Developers Choice Awards, but GDC was delayed for a second time as an event.
Much of Death Stranding’s gameplay is about Sam Porter Bridges, a person who takes orders from one apocalyptic world to another. If you are a PC gamer and have an interest in trying it out keep in mind that the game is not for everyone.