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At the tail end of October, we learned that Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding is coming to PC. The launch won’t be happening until sometime next summer, meaning the game will remain a PlayStation 4 exclusive for half a year or more. While we don’t have a specific release date for the PC version of Death Stranding yet, we did learn some encouraging news about its release over the weekend.

I start Death Stranding and go green for about 5 seconds. I7920 12 gb ram gtx970 (most recent driver) windows 10 (most recent build) Update I Got my support ticket answered. Looks like i need to make a new PC to play the game. ːsteamsaltyː Update II Patch v1.01 no change. Still nothing after green for 5 seconds. Update III Built a new computer. DEATH STRANDING From legendary game creator Hideo Kojima comes an all-new, genre-defying experience. Sam Bridges must brave a world utterly transformed by the Death Stranding. Carrying the disconnected remnants of our future in his hands, he embarks on a journey to reconnect the shattered world one step at a time. Install Steam login language ) Your. DEATH STRANDING Soundtrack Expanded Edition. DEATH STRANDING Digital Art Book.

According to SuperData Research's estimates Death Stranding sold 477,000 digital copies in its first month on Steam. 88 Kojima stated in May 2020 that Death Stranding had sold enough to recoup the development costs and turn a profit, securing funding for Kojima Production's next project. Sep 13, 2020 It shouldn't be very hard, the world of Death Stranding is full of lost cargo. Accumulation Achievement. Just a little patience and you'll get it. On terminals you can take up Standard Orders right under 'Orders for Sam'. You will have to complete a lot of them in order to collect all achievements.

505 Games, which is acting as the publisher on the PC version of Death Stranding, has confirmed that the game will be coming to both the Epic Games Store and Steam simultaneously. Death Stranding is up for pre-order on both platforms now, with 505 Games sharing the appropriate store links in the tweet you see embedded below.

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#ICYMI – @Kojima_Hideo’s Death Stranding is available to pre-order on PC now.

Coming Summer 2020, #DeathStranding will launch simultaneously on Steam & the Epic Games Store.

Steam – https://t.co/3nAvWTtpRR
Epic Games Store – https://t.co/VldoMhIvKm#DeathStrandingPCpic.twitter.com/AjG1jXDEl3

— 505 Games (@505_Games) November 10, 2019

The news that Death Stranding will be going live on both the Epic Store and Steam at the same time will likely be very exciting for a lot of PC players. Epic has drawn considerable controversy for its business strategy regarding the Epic Games Store, which involves paying for store exclusives – something that PC players aren’t used to seeing.

Epic’s goal is clearly to grow its userbase quickly, and shelling out cash for exclusives is definitely one way of doing that. A number of high-profile releases have launched as Epic Store exclusives, with one of the most notable being Borderlands 3. In many cases, these are timed exclusivity deals, with developers announcing that their Epic Store-exclusive games will come to Steam later on down the road (generally six months or a year after release).

With Death Stranding, however, it seems players won’t have to worry about that. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more on Death Stranding‘s incoming PC version, and we’ll let you know when Kojima Productions and 505 Games announce a firm release date for it.

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At the tail end of October, we learned that Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding is coming to PC. The launch won’t be happening until sometime next summer, meaning the game will remain a PlayStation 4 exclusive for half a year or more. While we don’t have a specific release date for the PC version of Death Stranding yet, we did learn some encouraging news about its release over the weekend.

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505 Games, which is acting as the publisher on the PC version of Death Stranding, has confirmed that the game will be coming to both the Epic Games Store and Steam simultaneously. Death Stranding is up for pre-order on both platforms now, with 505 Games sharing the appropriate store links in the tweet you see embedded below.

#ICYMI – @Kojima_Hideo’s Death Stranding is available to pre-order on PC now.

Death

Coming Summer 2020, #DeathStranding will launch simultaneously on Steam & the Epic Games Store.

Steam – https://t.co/3nAvWTtpRR
Epic Games Store – https://t.co/VldoMhIvKm#DeathStrandingPCpic.twitter.com/AjG1jXDEl3

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— 505 Games (@505_Games) November 10, 2019

The news that Death Stranding will be going live on both the Epic Store and Steam at the same time will likely be very exciting for a lot of PC players. Epic has drawn considerable controversy for its business strategy regarding the Epic Games Store, which involves paying for store exclusives – something that PC players aren’t used to seeing.

Epic’s goal is clearly to grow its userbase quickly, and shelling out cash for exclusives is definitely one way of doing that. A number of high-profile releases have launched as Epic Store exclusives, with one of the most notable being Borderlands 3. In many cases, these are timed exclusivity deals, with developers announcing that their Epic Store-exclusive games will come to Steam later on down the road (generally six months or a year after release).

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With Death Stranding, however, it seems players won’t have to worry about that. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more on Death Stranding‘s incoming PC version, and we’ll let you know when Kojima Productions and 505 Games announce a firm release date for it.

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