Death Stranding Director's Cut confirmed for PC release

By Kes Eylers-Stephenson,
Death Stranding Director's Cut is now officially coming to PC after it was leaked yesterday. Though Hideo Kojima's parcel delivery game was released on PS4 in 2019 and PC in 2020, the Director's Cut came to PS5 last year.

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A press release states that 505 are publishing the Kojima Productions game on to PC, not console publisher PlayStation. Revealed at CES 2022 as expected, the game is set to launch on Epic Game Store and Steam in 2022. The major feature of the reveal was the announcement of support for Intel’s Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) graphics technology. This is the response to Nvidia's popular DLSS support for games, which allows games to stream high-quality versions of games with additional frames and graphical quality, without taxing the hardware. Of course, PC also gets the customary higher native fps and ultra-wide monitor support.

Senior writer Sean (hail be unto him) thinks that the Director's Cut upgrade is pretty good, and staff writer Kes (less praise be unto him) thought Ghost of Tsushima's Director's Cut upgrade was a worthwhile one too in his review. Will you be nabbing Death Stranding Director's Cut on PC? Or are you content with trophies on the console? Let us know in the comments!
Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Written by Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Hey, I'm Kes! I'm a Staff Writer, and I've been here since 2021. What do I like? The Outer Wilds is top notch. The Witcher 3 blew my mind over the course of five years completing it. I want Burnout back — I really miss crunching mechanical wonders into walls to the sound of Guns N' Roses. Cool, now we are acquainted, I'll see you around.