According to a clue placed inside SteamDB, Death Stranding: Director’s Cut could soon see the landing on PC, after the console release recently.
The latest effort of Hideo Kojima it was originally intended as a PlayStation exclusive, but eventually the game came in a computer version last year. This year, moreover, with the arrival of the last home console Sony, we had a revised version of the game with a good amount of PS5-exclusive content.
With Death Stranding: Director’s Cut, production pushed the throttle hard, adding support for the DualSense controller and 3D audio for offer the ultimate in gaming experience, increasing the settings for graphics and frame rate. In addition to the technical improvements, new missions have been added that expand the plot and there is not even a disturbing easter egg that pays homage to the famous demo PT (Silent Hills) that never saw a sequel again.
However, according to what the game page on SteamDB reports, it would seem that Kojima Productions is working on a new update. Let this be a clue to the arrival of Death Stranding Director’s Cut also on PC?
The PC version of the original Death Stranding he saw the last big update last year, in December 2020, even if the internal ones can be consulted through the SteamDB page, obviously including the development branches.
The thing, of course, has not gone unnoticed by web users. On Reddit, one user even pointed out that Kojima’s game was at the center of a leak. This indiscretion saw a list of games planned with GeForce Now, NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service, which also popped up Death Stranding: Director’s Cut.
Putting all these clues together, the possibility that the game could arrive on PC seems more and more concrete, perhaps for 2022 following the window as a PS5 exclusive. We will be waiting for further updates.