Death Stranding Director’s Cut Coming to PC in Spring 2022

Publisher 505 Games has announced the director’s release for Death stranding on Windows PC. After launching on Playstation 5 a few months ago, the game will now launch simultaneously on Steam and the Epic Games Store in Spring 2022.

This is the second time Death Stranding has been ported to pc, with the release of the original version in July 2020, with additional bonuses such as uncapped high frame rates, support for ultra-wide monitors, and a photo mode. It was also the first to offer cross-content with other titles, namely Valve’s Half-Life series and Cyberpunk 2077.

Death Stranding Director’s Cut PC port will be the first to incorporate Intel’s new Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) graphics technology for an enhanced experience. Using machine learning, XeSS will allow gamers to enjoy the game in high graphic detail with better performance.

The director’s cut featured new combat mechanics, improved melee attacks, and weapons that can be mounted on top of vehicles. The protagonist, Sam Porter, also received stabilizers with thrusters that would reduce the impact during high jumps. We could also review the boss battles to share their scores online, and the cup has completely got rid of its famous brand of energy drink “Monster”.

On the PlayStation 4, the Director’s Cut has been made available via a $ 10 upgrade (around Rs 745) for those who own the original version. As to whether the same applies to PC gamers, only time will tell.

Earlier this week, director Hideo Kojima unveiled his plans for 2022 via a Tweeter, which involves higher level experimentation with a “radical project” and investments in the “video team”. Back in November, his workshop, Kojima Productions launched a new division in Los Angeles, which will focus on film and television. Knowing his undying passion for cinema, it will not be surprising to see him pursue a project in this field.

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