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Death Stranding for PC gets delayed

by on22 April 2020

Now coming on July 14th

Kojima Productions has officially confirmed that the PC version of Death Stranding will be over a month late, with the new launch date set for July 14th.

According to details provided by Kojima Productions, the game has been delayed from its original June 2nd launch date to the new July 14th, as the studio is adjusting to the new work-from-home concept.

In case you missed it earlier, the game will launch on both Steam and Epic Games Store, and will include a couple of new features, like the PC-exclusive photo mode, as well as support for unlocked frame rate, and ultra-wide resolution monitors.

The game is also confirmed to use Denuvo protection but 505 Games and Kojima Productions have confirmed that it won't have the dreaded "1 machine activation limit".

The game is available for pre-order over at Steam and Epic Games Store for €59.99/$59.99/£54.99, and you can check out the previously released 4K/60FPS trailer.


Last modified on 22 April 2020
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