Photo Mode, Ultra-wide support, and Half-Life content revealed in new trailer.
Teases for March aside, Kojima Productions has something concrete to announce for the Summer. Death Stranding will be releasing on June 2nd for PC on the Epic Games Store and Steam courtesy of 505 Games. The first trailer for the PC version can be seen below, though it notes that game footage isn’t final.
Along with seeing the game in glorious 60 frames per second (which could likely go even higher), Ultra-wide monitor support is also confirmed. There’s also a dedicated Photo Mode for taking some truly outrageous shots. Look for this to be added to the PS4 version as a free update.
However, the most outrageous inclusion is content from Valve’s Half-Life franchise. This amounts to a Headcrab that protagonist Sam Bridges can have on his head. We suspect this particular piece of content won’t be making it to the Epic Games Store release.
Those who purchase the game at launch will receive a digital version of “The Art of Death Stranding“, the Expanded Edition of the original score which includes 10 unreleased tracks and a Ludens mask sunglasses. You’ll receive a gold and silver power skeleton, all-terrain skeleton and level 2 armor plate as well. For more details on Death Stranding, check out our review here.