No more a PS4 console exclusive!
It’s as straight as this – publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment’s official list of PlayStation 4 exclusive video games does not feature Death Stranding any longer, whereas it was last spotted on the site as recently as May this year. Originally noted by ResetEra user vestan, it has now come to light that the upcoming action title has been dropped from a number of Sony’s official worldwide websites.
In the wake of this latest development, it is now strongly rumored that the game will be making its way to PC as well.
Hideo Kojima of development company Kojima Productions announced earlier this month that he would present an “exclusive new look” at Death Stranding on August 19 ahead of Gamescom. We wonder if a PC announcement is on the cards. Only time will tell.
It was towards the end of May 2019 when Hideo made the huge revelation of Death Stranding gearing up to be launched on the PlayStation 4 on November 8 this year. The announcement was made in a trailer that was nearly nine minutes long. The video also showcased an extensive range of gameplay involving passing through new environments, gunfights and motorcycle riding as well as new storylines and new characters.
By the way, did you know that Keanu Reeves almost starred in Death Stranding? Yes, you read that right! During a panel at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2019, Hideo revealed that though Keanu Reeves was recommended to play the antagonist in his forthcoming ambitious project, he decided to cast Hannibal’s Mads Mikkelsen instead.
“I originally was recommended Keanu Reeves, but I wanted Mads,” he said.