A new clip shared by Kojima Productions shows one of the PC version’s exclusive features.
Death Stranding was one of the more divisive games of 2019– there were many who didn’t jive with what it was going for, but those who did absolutely loved it. Soon, PC audiences will be able to find out what the fuss was all about, with the game launching for the platform soon.
The PC version of Death Stranding will also have a couple of exclusive features. Once of these is support for ultrawide displays, and a new clip uploaded by Kojima Productions on Twitter shows that in action, comparing what the game looks like in ultrawide resolution with what it normally looks like. The results are impressive. Take a look below.
Another feature that’s been confirmed for Death Stranding’s PC version is a photo mode (curiously enough, it’s not been confirmed for the PS4 version so far). That was also recently shown off in a clip by Hideo Kojima- take a look at it through here.
Death Stranding is currently available on PS4, and will be launching for PC on June 2, where it will be published by 505 Games. It will be available via both, Steam and the Epic Games Store, with the former also coming with some exclusive Half-Life: Alyx crossover content. The PC version of the game will be making use of Denuvo DRM.
— Kojima Productions (@KojiPro2015_EN) March 7, 2020