Death Stranding Director’s Cut has been one of the last titles to be shown during the Opening Night Live conference of this Gamescom 2021. Hideo Kojima’s title is back with more content, quality of life improvements and small changes that will make the gameplay more nice. Apart from the technical improvements that you will experience on PlayStation 5, one of the most notable aspects is the incorporation of new missions.
These contents, unpublished in the original video game, can be completed in Death Stranding Director’s Cut. These are delivery missions with a greater stealth component; that are powerfully reminiscent of the Metal Gear saga. Closer environments, sneaks, mysteries … Move without making noise and go unnoticed.
Finally, it should be noted that there will be racing with the protagonist’s motorcycle, Sam Porter Bridges. It will be possible to do pirouettes and compete with others to beat the best times.
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Death Stranding Director’s Cut comes to PS5 this September 24
Death Stranding Director’s Cut will be released on PS5 with the aim of offering an expanded and improved version of what we saw in 2019 on PS4 and later on PC. From new weapons, gear, vehicles, a variety of modes, missions, areas to explore, expanded stories, and interface enhancements, this release will deliver content unreleased from the original, as well as leveraging the unique capabilities of the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller, features online like leaderboards, etc.
If you come from PlayStation 4 and want to enjoy Death Stranding Director’s Cut on PS5, your progress will not be lost if you pay 10 euros, a payment that also enables the version next gen and everything that we have just commented. Those who come from scratch, that is, those who buy the game on PS5 without having the PS4, will have to pay 49.99 euros.
Broadly speaking, we will have two graphics modes available. The game will move in improved 4K resolution in performance mode and at 60 FPS; while in native 4 resolution mode in “fidelity mode” the FPS has not yet been confirmed. Loading times will be ultra-fast thanks to the PS5’s SSD memory, it will arrive with 3D Audio support and haptic response in environmental effects thanks to the DualSense controller.
Death Stranding Director’s Cut is coming exclusively to PS5 next 24th September in physical and digital format.
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