In a few weeks, Death Stranding: Director’s Cut will be out on the market, and buyers can deal with a “very hard mode” after launch.
Death Stranding: Director’s Cut very hard mode confirmed
Sony and Kojima Productions are releasing Death Stranding again as a Director’s Cut. Last night not only a new trailer and the release date of the extended version were revealed. The two companies also announced more information about the new edition.
Another detail followed later this afternoon on Hideo Kojima’s Twitter channel. So without going into any more detail, Kojima confirmed that Death Stranding: Director’s Cut will bring a further level of difficulty with it. “Oh and there’s Very Hard Mode too,” he said in the following tweet:
Oh and there's Very Hard Mode too. pic.twitter.com/5e3acn5PDM
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) July 9, 2021
The latest information on the new edition of the action-adventure title with Norman Reedus in the lead role was shared during yesterday’s State of Play event. Accordingly, Death Stranding: Director’s Cut will be released on September 24, 2021. Existing customers can upgrade to the Director’s Cut Deluxe Edition for a normal fee of $10.
It is also worth mentioning that the title will also integrate post-launch content for the game on PS4 as well as some new elements, including new missions. In addition, the PS5 controller will be entitled to use its haptic feedback and the use of adaptive triggers.
Recall that Death Stranding was originally released for the PS4 in November 2019 and was later ported to the PC with additional features.