New information has been released on the Playstation Blog about Death Stranding Director’s Cut releasing this September. The biggest aspect to note is that the upgrade will cost $10 for owners of the previous version of the Digital Deluxe Edition, including skins for your armor, patches, digital soundtrack, and artbook. However, the Digital Deluxe edition will be priced at $60, so getting this version for just $10 is a steal for early adopters.
The Director’s Cut has been enhanced and built from the ground up to take advantage of the PS5. The developers intend to draw you ever closer into the world of Death Stranding by adding haptic feedback from the Dualsense controller. Giving players the option of two picture modes performance that will feature upscaled 4k display and 60 FPS, and fidelity mode that will feature native 4k and 60 fps. With the addition of 3D audio with compatible headsets, this looks to be the best way to experience Sam Bridges’ story yet. Finally, for those who already started their adventure, your saves will be able to be transferred to Director’s Cut.
Death Stranding was initially revealed back in 2016. The game marks Kojima’s first major project since he left Konami, and unfortunately, leaving the Metal Gear Solid series behind. Since its reveal, Kojima has been releasing more information about the game, but there is still much to be discussed. Set in the future, players assume the role of Sam Porter Bridges, played by Norman Reedus.
If you missed out on the announcement earlier, check it out here.
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