Hideo Kojima Reveals Death Stranding PC Version Is Coming In 2020

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After many rumors and speculation regarding Hideo Kojima’s next game, it’s been confirmed that the Death Stranding PC version is real! Just recently Kojima Productions tweeted the following, confirming that the game will come to PC next year:

Death Stranding has become one of this year’s most awaited games, if only because of Kojima’s direct involvement in the property. The game stars many A-listers from Hollywood like Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen. Calling it the first entry in his new “Strand genre”, Hideo Kojima has revealed that the game will employ the use of online features similar to Dark Souls. The player will take the role of Sam Bridges, venturing out into the wild open-world in order to bridge the gaps in a post-apocalyptic society. With the game nearing its release, Kojima Productions has also released a new trailer which you can check out here.

Mads Mikkelsen in Kojima's Death Stranding
Mads Mikkelsen in Death Stranding

Death Stranding comes out on PS4 on November 8 and will release on PC in summer 2020. You can watch the gameplay revealed by Kojima himself here.

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