Given the reception of Death Stranding as there’s a cross roads between what the media perceived and the greater public viewed towards the game, it ultimately came down to the commercial response of the game. In that, Kojima Productions founder Hideo Kojima disclosed the performance of the title did indicate to be successful for more games.
Since the game’s release in 2019, the title was later found to be added to PC as well. Upon other PlayStation exclusive releases, that might be the fastest for any project as of reporting to hit a different platform. Additionally, Cyberpunk 2077 also crossed paths with Death Stranding as unique add-ons for the game were added to the PC version of the title.
During Summer Game Fest, Death Stranding: Director’s Cut was revealed. At the time, a teaser trailer was shared with the game listed for PlayStation 5. Now, the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) reveals new details on the game. While similar to the listing for the original game, the new listing does offer new information:
“In some stages, players can perform stealth takedowns of enemies (e.g., strangling characters from behind),” the added sentence to the listing reads for Death Stranding: Director’s Cut. Also, the listing also goes forth to solidify the exclusivity for the game on PlayStation 5; suggesting there is no window for the game to arrive to PlayStation 4.
Oddly enough, Death Stranding is the last few releases to receive dedicated enhancements for PlayStation 5. Most recently, Naughty Dog administered an update for The Last of Us Part II. You can read the full report by heading here.
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Death Stranding: Director’s Cut is listed for PlayStation 5.