A new statement from Kojima Productions has confirmed that the PC port of Death Stranding has been delayed by six weeks, until July 14, due to a temporary studio closing after an employee tested positive for COVID19.
We know this is bad news if you’re a PC player and itching to play. It is, arguably, one of the best games to hit PlayStation this year. However, the wait will be more than worth it, and the delay could be a lot worse. Being published by 505 for the PC, the game will feature a higher frame rate than on the PS4, and it’ll feature photo mode and ultrawide monitors support. And, don’t forget that there will be a Half-Life crossover event as well.
As far as we know, the game is still expected to launch simultaneously on Steam and the Epic Games Store, as you can still pre-order it for $59.99 from either outlet. If you haven’t checked it out yet, slide on over to our review and impressions of Death Stranding or prepare yourself by check out our gun and self-protection guide, how to get a cool bike early in the game, and our inventory management guide.