Death Stranding PC Key Art Revealed By Hideo Kojima
Fans looking forward to the upcoming PC release of Death Stranding were understandably dismayed to hear that the game needed to be pushed back by almost two months due to the ongoing pandemic. Thankfully, the new release date of July 14th is right around the corner, and Hideo Kojima is celebrating the upcoming arrival of the PC version of the game by releasing the title’s official key art.
Hideo Kojima recently took to Twitter to unveil the key art for the PC version of Death Stranding. As one would expect, it features a nice shot of our protagonist Sam Porter played by Norman Reedus, who is holding onto his BB unit. The image also breaks down the exclusive features coming to the PC version of Death Stranding. Check it out below:
Here’s the keyart for DEATH STRANDING PC version.
Coming July 14th. pic.twitter.com/tFePfGaKEg
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) July 1, 2020
For those still unfamiliar with what’s being promised for the PC version of Death Stranding, the title will feature a Photo Mode, ultra-wide monitor support, high frame rate, and a unique crossover with Half-Life. Those that pre-order the game on PC will also snag some exclusive goodies such as a gold-and-silver speed skeleton and an armor plate. Additionally, those that simply purchase the game will also unlock a few goodies, such as a gold-and-silver power skeleton and official Death Stranding.
Death Stranding is slated to release on PC on July 14th, 2020.
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