Death Stranding December Update Adds Vehicle Dismantling, Improves Odradek Visibility
As the feature-packed Death Stranding December update draws nearer, developer Kojima Productions has released new details on what cans expect from the latest bit of work being done to the game. The update itself was announced by Hideo Kojima late last month, wherein he revealed that new improvements would be coming to Death Stranding based on player feedback, which included a desire to be able to dispose of individual vehicles and other “common requests.” Now, Kojima has resurfaced with another tweet that shows off some of the update’s new features in action.
Hideo Kojima took to his award-winning Twitter account to reveal some of what fans can expect from the Death Stranding December update. One such inclusion – the ability to dispose of individual vehicles – is showcased in a video clip attached to his post. Another much-needed quality of life feature is the now transparent cargo load on Sam’s back in regards to his odradek, which is very useful for avoiding BTs while carrying a heavy load. Check out the clip below:
A new update on the mid-December patch for DEATH STRANDING! Based on user feedback, the following features are now in testing: cargo transparency when Odradek visibility is obstructed and the ability to dispose of vehicles blocking the way (MULE vehicles cannot be disposed). pic.twitter.com/BrpdPfCyTJ
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) December 6, 2019
It is currently unknown when the Death Stranding December update will officially arrive, though chances are we’ll be seeing more info on it soon. Death Stranding is now available on PlayStation 4, with a PC version arriving next year.
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