During the Summer Game Fest, Death Stranding Director’s Cut was announced, which is ready to arrive exclusively on PlayStation 5.
Death Stranding Director’s Cut will release on PS5
As part of the Summer Game Festival, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions have announced the PlayStation 5 version of the end-of-time adventure Death Stranding. Under the name Death Stranding Director’s Cut, players will receive some technical improvements, including some new content.
As you can see in the latest trailer at the bottom of this article, Sam Porter Bridges will also move to new locations. Apparently, he’s going to be up to mischief in the Fragile Express warehouse. Furthermore, new features were suggested that are reminiscent of Metal Gear Solid. However, those responsible have not yet revealed any specific details about the improvements and content.
As the presenter Geoff Keighley announced, the full unveiling of the Director’s Cut should take place in a few weeks. As soon as more details are revealed, we’ll update you.
Death Stranding was originally released for PlayStation 4 in November 2019 and was also released for PC the following summer. In the adventure, which was mostly dubbed the “Walking Simulator,” you go in the role of Sam Porter Bridges through a world that has been haunted by monsters called Stranded Things. You have to deliver resources to the cities and restore the entire US communications network.