Death Stranding Director's Cut has released on PlayStation 5, but is it coming to PC?
An expanded and upgraded version of Death Stranding has been released for PlayStation 5. The Death Stranding Director's Cut adds a bunch of new features, including new abilities, new missions, and even a racetrack. This upgraded version adds an improved graphics option as well as the ability to replay boss battles, so you can experience the tension all over again.
Death Stranding originally released for the PlayStation 4 back in November 2019, with a PC version releasing around six months later. While the Director's Cut has only released on the PlayStation 5 so far, many have been wondering if we'll see the upgrade come to PC in the future.
Is Death Stranding Director's Cut Coming to PC?
Nothing has been confirmed just yet, but it's highly likely that we'll see Death Stranding Director's Cut come to PC. Kojima Productions remains an independent studio, with no obligation to release games exclusively to PlayStation. The base game made its way to PC after a short while and it's fairly safe to assume the same will happen with the Director's Cut.
As mentioned, Kojima Productions hasn't confirmed a PC release but it hasn't been outrightly denied either. Players might have to wait a few months, but if a PC release is on the table it might not be too long before we see it on Steam.
Death Stranding Director's Cut is out now on PlayStation 5. Players who owned the game on PlayStation 4 can upgrade to the Director's Cut for $10. In the meantime for PC players; remain patient and keep on keeping on.