Death Stranding PC Confirmed By Publisher 505 Games

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505 Games To Publish Death Stranding On PC
The game's PC release date is said to be summer next year. Sony

Death Stranding is poised to release in November on PS4. As the game’s official PS4 launch date nears, Kojima Productions did not hesitate to reveal that the highly anticipated title will be released for PC, too.

Just earlier this morning, Kojima Productions tweeted that Death Stranding will become available on PC sometime in early summer 2020. And while Sony is responsible for being the main publisher of the game on PS4, 505 Games will officially publish the PC release of the title. Apparently, 505 Games did not reveal where exactly the game will be sold, although we anticipate more information about it in the near future.

An official statement from 505 Games CEO Raffi Galante said:

“We are extremely excited and honored to be working with the supremely talented team at Kojima Productions and to bring Death Stranding to PC gamers around the world. Death Stranding will take gamers through a completely original experience that will delight PC gamers everywhere.”

For those who do not know, 505 Games is the studio behind the incredible PC port of the game Control. Considering how successful the version has been so far, it is safe to assume that Death Stranding’s PC port should be in good hands.

The months of exclusivity for the PS4 only suggest that players wanting to know the mysteries of Kojima’s highly anticipated title as soon as possible will require picking up Sony’s console. But for dedicated PC gamers who are not burdened with spoilers – or are just really patient – should eventually have the opportunity to play this year's most anticipated action game/strand game.

The timing of the official announcement of the PC version of Death Stranding is without a doubt interesting as it comes just less than two weeks from the game’s PS4 release. Death Stranding is going to be released on November 8 for PS4. The game stars The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus and Hannibal’s Mads Mikkelsen.

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