Death Stranding release date hasn’t yet arrived and the game has already broadened its initial scope, with the PC version now being in the works and pinned for a 2020 release. The game is eagerly awaited to come out for PlayStation4 on November 8, 2019, less than two weeks from now, while this PC version is currently planned for a Q2 2020 release. The game already attracted a huge base of eager players, which is thanks to many famous names attached to the project, but also to the peculiar storyline and gameplay revealed so far.
This game’s list of famous people, included in the development process, draws not only from the gaming world, but from the seventh art as well. As you probably already know, some of the prominent names from the film industry include Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Guillermo del Toro, Léa Seydoux, Margaret Qualley, Troy Baker, Tommie Earl Jenkins, and several others. All of the actors have lent their voices and likeness to their respective characters in-game. However, the first guy with whom all this begun is the famous Hideo Kojima, the legendary video game developer and the head of the Kojima Productions studio.
Hideo Kojima is famous for creating the Metal Gear video game series during his time at the Konami studio. He also worked as the producer of Zone of the Enders, Snatcher, Policenauts, and other projects. He founded his Kojima Productions in 2015, and in 2017, it was announced that the studio was joining forces with Sony Interactive Entertainment for the upcoming Death Stranding video game. Since then, the game has revealed only glimpses into its puzzling and out-of-this-world storyline, which is told by equally mysterious gameplay which is still relatively unknown to the eager players.
There are less than two weeks left until PS4 owners can enjoy the game while, due to the enormous interest of audiences worldwide, the studio made a decision about porting the game to PC as well. Much to everyone’s joy, it is officially happening and we won’t have to wait long, while system requirements and other feature speculations already begun all across the web.