As this article was written, you still had almost seven hours left to permanently add Death Stranding for PC to your library after receiving it as a gift from Epic on Christmas day.
The first game published by Kojima Productions was scheduled to be made available on the PlayStation 4 in July 2020, around eight months after the console was first made public. In his analysis for Wccftech, Francesco De Meo gave the game a score of 9 out of 10.
Because it is essentially the same game, Death Stranding on PC is just as divisive as on PlayStation 4. In spite of this, it is Hideo Kojima at the height of his creative powers, a highly integrated artistic vision that will most definitely not appeal to everybody.
To get the most out of Death Stranding, you need to go into it with a very open mind and recognize it for what it is: a trip into the darkest recesses of the human psyche that is not always going to be enjoyable.
Death Stranding is one of Hideo Kojima’s most impressive video games because it has production standards that are through the sky and an incredibly fascinating plot. On the other hand, the moment-to-moment gameplay is lacking owing to its repetitive nature. The fact that there are extended stretches in the game in which there is no actual action makes it challenging to suggest the game to open-world lovers.
Only by going into Death Stranding with an open mind will you be able to appreciate the game’s brilliant concepts, characters, and the eerie beauty of its dystopian setting. Death Stranding is an experience unlike any other.
For the record, the gift offered by the Epic Games Store initially allowed gamers to redeem the Director’s Cut of the PC version of Death Stranding, which was later altered to the standard edition of the game.
It is possible that a mistake was made. The Director’s Cut is still available for users to upgrade to at a discounted price of $5.99. This update offers new features, such as an expanded plot, new stealth missions, combat abilities, inventories, buildable structures, aesthetic options, and more.
To refresh your memory, it was only just reported that the movie would be adapted into a live-action picture. Although Kojima Production is now working on Death Stranding 2 for PlayStation 5, it is quite probable that the sequel will also be released for personal computers at some point in the future.