Death Stranding PC is like “a movie” in comparison with a “TV drama” on PS4

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Kojima Productions has acknowledged that Death Stranding PC is like “a movie” when in comparison with the PS4 model’s “TV drama” aesthetic.

The information comes from an interview carried out by Geoff Keighley throughout Summer Game Fest. In the interview, Keighley spoke with Hideo Kojima and Yoji Shinkawa in regards to the Death Stranding PC port, throughout which Shinkawa stated that enjoying Death Stranding on PC seems like “watching a movie at the cinema,” versus tuning right into a “TV drama” within the unique PS4 model.

This has to do with Death Stranding’s model new, PC-exclusive 21:9 ultrawide help mode, which was showcased throughout immediately’s launch trailer. On prime of that, Nvidia has formally acknowledged that RTX 20-series GPUs can run Death Stranding at 60fps, so it’s no marvel max-spec kits can look considerably extra spectacular than Death Stranding on PS4.

Other particulars revealed immediately embody the model new Very Hard mode, in addition to one other have a look at the crossover content material from Half-Life: Alyx – together with a have a look at a Half-Life BRIDGES truck.

If you’ve already purchased the PC model of Death Stranding and are excited to dive in very first thing tomorrow, you can already pre-load Death Stranding on Steam.

Death Stranding PC

If you by no means received round to the PS4 model and are curious in regards to the Death Stranding PC port, try our original review. If you probably did give it a whirl and thought it was all a bit wild, we’ve additionally put collectively a useful plot summary that may assist with becoming a member of a number of the dots collectively. It is, admittedly, fairly absurd at factors.

Meanwhile, it seems that Kojima is already hinting at Death Stranding 2 – or, on the very least, one other game set in the identical universe. There appears to be some type of spaceship in Yoji Shinkawa’s idea artwork, so issues might nonetheless get even weirder than huge whales being hurled throughout metaphysical seashores whereas Troy Baker cries some type of unusual tar gunk.