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What you need to know
- Death Stranding was originally exclusive to PlayStation 4 since November 2019.
- It is coming to PC on June 2, 2020.
- It will be available through Steam and the Epic Games Store.
- The PC version will include Half-Life content in some form.
We finally have a release date for Death Stranding on PC. Kojima's latest project is set to come to Steam and the Epic Games Store on June 2, 2020. Previously it was only available on PlayStation 4.
The PC version will feature all of the good stuff: high frame rate, photo mode, ultra wide support. The usual of what you've come to expect. But in a bit of a surprise, the release date announcement trailer revealed that Death Stranding on PC will be getting some form of Half-Life content. 505 Games has not detailed what this content will entail, but it was teased in the form of a Headcrab hat that Sam wore at the end of the trailer.
Finally available on PC
Death Stranding can be incredibly confusing, but at its core it's about bringing people together and uniting a broken America. We're stronger together than we are apart. It also happens to be a game where you can make ammunition out of your own pee, so take that for what you will.
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