Death Stranding Director’s Cut has been announced to be coming to PC via Steam and Epic Games Store on March 30th. Details of how to upgrade the original version was also revealed.
Death Stranding Director’s Cut Releases on PC on March 30th
Death Stranding Director’s Cut has been announced to be releasing on March 30th. The definitive version will release on both Steam and the Epic Games Store for $39.99.
Those who already own the original Death Stranding for PC can purchase an upgrade to the Director’s Cut for $9.99. Players will need to simply purchase the Director’s Cut from the in-game storefront at a discounted rate.
Those who are interesting in buying the base game can pick it up from Steam for 70% off as part of the Lunar Sale starting today until February 3rd.
What is the Death Stranding Director’s Cut?
The Director’s Cut is a remastered version of the original game, adding support of Intel’s new Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) graphics technology. The version comes with a higher frame rate performance, a new photo mode and ultra-wide monitor support.
If you have yet to take on the Death Stranding experience, you should definitely check out our impressions video Death Stranding is Actually Good. This title was definitely a highly talked about game when it was first released in 2019, gaining a stellar cast including the likes of Norman Reedus who plays the main role of Sam Porter, as well as Mads Mikkelsen who takes on the role of Cliff.
Kojima describes the game as a “genre-defying experience” meant to have a lasting impression on those who play. As for a sequel, there are rumours flying around of Death Stranding 2, with Kojima being rather cryptic on his current project, but no confirmations straight from the horse’s mouth as of yet.
Want to know what we thought of the game? Check out our Death Stranding review:
Death Stranding Director’s Cut is currently available on Playstation 5 and will be coming to PC via Steam and Epic Games Store on March 30th.
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