Death Stranding Director’s Cut has recently landed on the PS5 console, bringing the Hideo Kojima’s masterpiece originally released on PS4, with a whole host of unreleased content.
Sam Porter Bridges’ journey is considered by many to be an essential experience, so much so that PC gamers jumped for joy when they got to play the base game.
After all, we refer you to the review of our Stefania Sperandio published a few days ago on the pages of Gameshift , to discover the real qualities of this Director’s Cut .
Not to mention that, thanks to the recent Edge browser update, it is also possible to play Kojima’s title on Xbox consoles.
Now, as also reported by Wccftech , it seems that a new update is coming just for the PC version of Death Stranding , according to information found on the Steam Database .
As reported by the user Reddit “cloudsheep0”, a private branch would have been tested about 12 days ago, only to appear in the following days.
The last big update for the game was released last December, so there’s reason to believe that something new is indeed on the way .
Logically, it cannot be ruled out that this is the additional content included in the Director’s Cut version released for PlayStation 5, although at the moment there are no confirmations appropriate.
We remind you that among the novelties of this new edition there is a sort of jetpack that will allow you to launch from the heights with soft landings, as well as a catapult for throw your packages far away.
But that’s not all: the game also offers a robot-companion that will accompany us carrying the loads, as well as real ramps to perform tricks on the bike and a polygon mode to practice using weapons.
Have you also read that in the Director’s Cut there is a “lack” compared to the original version of the game released on PlayStation 4 and later on PC?
But that’s not all: Hideo Kojima is in fact convinced that he lives in Death Stranding, enough to take his personal “BB” for a walk.
Finally, someone has unearthed a new scene in Death Stranding Director’s Cut starring Sam that alludes to a scary Silent Hill Easter Egg. .
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