Like the basic game, Death Stranding Director’s Cut appears to be a few months after its exit on PlayStation. The rumor comes from the site VideoCardz.com which put the hand before the time on an Intel statement intended to be published during the CES.
It is this release that betrays Death Stranding Director’s Cut in its PC version, which will be published again by 505 games and not Sony Interactive Entertainment, holder of the license that released the game of Kolyma Productions on September 24th Last on PlayStation 5.
We are delighted to announce our partnership with Intel for the PC edition of Death Stranding Director’s Cut. Death Stranding has been an extremely popular game with PC players, and we look forward to seeing Intel’s new LESS technology will improve The players’ experience for this Director’s Cut, comments Neil Rally, President of 505 Games.
Note that Intel LESS is a super sampling technology that intends to meet the NVIDIA DSS. In addition to Death Stranding Director’s Cut, the press release mentions that other partners like code masters, PUBG Studios and Ubisoft will also adopt this technology in their PC games.
The CES Beginner on January 5, no doubt that 505 games will soon publish an official announcement and that the owners of Death Stranding on PC will have an upgrade option (this one was 10 euros on PlayStation). DEATH STRANDING is still promoted on Steam at a price of 17.99 euros and Epic Games Store at the price of 20.99 euros.