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Death Stranding is now available on PC Game Pass

Death Stranding is out now on PC Game Pass, the culmination of several not-so-subtle teases made on social media. This isn’t the first time the game has come to PC, but it’s the first time Game Pass subscribers have had access to it.

Recently, PC Game Pass Twitter changed their profile picture to one that is very clearly from Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding. He did it later second timebefore officially confirming that the previously Playstation-exclusive game will be coming to PC Game Pass on August 23.

As noted on the Xbox Wire announcement post, “Windows 10/11 PC gamers can expect features such as Ultra Wide Mode, Photo Mode, High Frame Rate, and Crossover Content,” including the Half-Life collaboration. Players will also be able to unlock the “Ludens Mask” Chiral Gold/Omnireflector Sunglasses (color variant), Gold and Silver Power Skeleton, Gold and Silver All-Terrain Skeleton, and Gold and Silver Armor Plate as they progress. and as they progress. story.

It’s important to note that the game is only coming to the PC version of Game Pass, not the console version, as currently Death Stranding is only available on PS4, PS5, and PC. Death Stranding first launched on PS4 in 2019, before releasing on PC in 2022. The PS5 version then launched as the Director’s Cut version of the game in 2021, which in turn came to PC earlier this year.

It’s unclear if this means Death Stranding will make its way to all Xbox consoles, so we’ll probably have to wait and see if Hideo Kojima’s best friend Geoff Keighley reveals any such announcement to us.

Last week, Xbox confirmed the second batch of games coming to Game Pass in August. The next wave includes Ubisoft’s Breath of the Wild-like Immortals: Fenyx Rising, the Pikmin-like Tinykin, and the mysterious FMV game Immortality. The announcement post also teased other announcements coming later in the week, which is now obviously the confirmation of Death Stranding on PC Game Pass.

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