After being delayed by the coronavirus, the most recent work of Hideo Kojima will reach compatible on July 14.
The date is already fixed in the calendar. After the coronavirus forced Kojima Productions to delay the release of the PC version of Death Stranding, the game will go on sale almost a month after the scheduled date. It will be on July 14 when Sam Porter Bridges embarks on the most important adventure of his life. In addition, compatible players will have the occasional extra compared to the original version of PlayStation 4. Among other news, the study by Hideo Kojima reached an agreement with Valve to add a crossover with Half-Life: Alyx. Now, they have posted a new trailer, which you can see on these lines.
In a world in ashes, survival is the only thing everyone thinks about. Nothing is conserved in the open air, since the rain undoes the skin and pollutes the environment. Meanwhile, the line between life and death has blurred, to the point that beings who died still continue to roam the post-apocalyptic United States of Kojima Productions. They are the Stranded Entities, beings that leave a trail of dark oil in their path. The flowers fade, life fades.
「DEATH STRANDING」 の PC 版 7/14 発 売 の 日本語 版 プ レ オ ー ダ ー ・ ト レ ー ラ ー が 公開 さ れ ま し た。 pic.twitter.com/MkPqTkznAX
– 小島 秀 夫 (@Kojima_Hideo) July 1, 2020
Who is the protagonist?
Sam Porter Bridges is the character played by Norman Reedus. His job as a deliveryman hides a much more important mission: reconnecting all the territories and fighting the evil that grips the world. Although he seems an ordinary person, Sam is not just anyone. PC gamers will now also be able to find out why.
Death Stranding was released on PlayStation 4 on November 15. Soon after, the PC version was also announced, which will go on sale from 505 Games, the publisher of Control, Remedy Entertainment’s latest project.
Source | 505 Games