Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding Director’s Cut released last year on PS5 and marked the third time the IP dominated headlines (following its original release in 2019 and PC port in 2020). However, it seems we’re going again in 2022. Videocardz reportedly receive the press release for Intel’s Arc Graphics announcement taking place at CES 2022 via an anonymous source, which notes the manufacturer to already be shipping OEMs to customers.
There will apparently be about 50 designs for the company’s Arc GPU with the likes of ASUS, Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo and more offering their own solutions. But most interesting is that Intel will be partnering with various developers for implementing its Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) upscaling technology. Death Stranding Director’s Cut is one such title that will support the technology with 505 Games president Neil Rally reportedly “excited” to see how it will “enhance player experiences.”
Other companies apparently supporting the technology are EXOR Studios (The Riftbreaker), Ubisoft, Techland, Illfonic, Codemasters, and more. Again, time will tell if this is all actually true so stay tuned for more details. CES 2022 begins tomorrow and ends on January 7th.
Death Stranding: Director's Cut is coming to PC and will be one of the first titles to support Intel's new upscaling technology XeSS.https://t.co/itpDJZeZDH #DeathStranding #Intel pic.twitter.com/SmfVQMUvtW— Okami Games (@Okami13_) January 3, 2022