Take a look at the changes in action.
Kojima Productios have been working on a patch for their recently released Death Stranding. Due out mid-December, the patch – as reported earlier – will fix issues with the text size in the game (something many have complained about), while also allowing players to dismantle individual vehicles in the open world (which, too, is something that some mischievous players out there have been doing to grief others, amusingly enough).
Hideo Kojima recently took to Twitter to detail these changes a bit more, while also showing a clip with a couple of the changes in the patch being shown in action. Dismantling of vehicles works as you would expect, similar to ladders or ropes or other objects in the open world, though MULE vehicles cannot be dismantled. Meanwhile, the update also fixes another issue, adding cargo transparency to make Sam’s odradek visible through the cargo on his back. Take a look at both changes below.
Death Stranding is out now for PS4, and will be releasing for PC in Summer of 2020.
A new update on the mid-December patch for DEATH STRANDING! Based on user feedback, the following features are now in testing: cargo transparency when Odradek visibility is obstructed and the ability to dispose of vehicles blocking the way (MULE vehicles cannot be disposed). pic.twitter.com/BrpdPfCyTJ
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) December 6, 2019