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Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding is coming to PC after initially being a console-exclusive for the PlayStation 4. Whilst the PC version remains largely the same apart from a few new graphics options to tweak and some new content, one of the biggest additions is the inclusion of Nvidia's standout technology DLSS.
Hideo Kojima's long-awaited sci-fi epic Death Stranding is finally making it's way to the PC platform, and whilst the title has already been out as a console-exclusive PlayStation 4 title, the new PC edition comes with new content as well as additional graphical settings for us to tweak and optimize to our liking.
It's official, the long-awaited PlayStation 4 console-exclusive is finally coming to PC tomorrow, and whilst Death Stranding certainly looks very pretty, how exactly does it perform in comparison? And which graphics settings are the best to turn all the way up or all the way down? We've compiled a list below of the most demanding graphics options in the game, so you can get the perfect balance of visual fidelity and FPS performance in Death Stranding.
Many of us are very excited for the PC release of Kojima’s latest venture with Death Stranding, in fact it’s releasing on PC today and has already been available for pre-load, but when exactly does it unlock in your region? Thankfully, the details have already been announced so that we can start playing as soon as the play button goes green.
It's finally upon us, arriving on PC tomorrow is Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding. Originally a console exclusive to PlayStation 4, this title certainly looks very pretty, but how does it perform in comparison? Has Death Stranding been optimized for PC players? Or are we stricken with a watered-down console port? We ran some benchmarks to see how well Death Stranding performs on PC and how demanding it really is.
Hideo Kojima's sci-fi epic is finally arriving on PC, complete with the addition of new graphics options and content. Death Stranding certainly looks very pretty, and those official PC system requirements for Death Stranding show that it doesn't have a lot of wiggle room in terms of optimization for your graphics card. But what is different exactly from the console version? We dive in and take a look at the graphics settings available in Death Stranding PC...
Hideo Kojima’s controversial Death Stranding is landing on PC in just a few days, and Nvidia is gearing up for the release since it will be the next large title to include their standout DLSS 2.0 technology, which aims to offer increased performance without compromising on graphical fidelity. Now Nvidia is offering Death Stranding for free along with a purchase of any RTX graphics card.
Kojima’s controversial yet undeniably stunning literal-walking simulator Death Stranding is finally gracing our PC systems in a couple weeks' time after being a PlayStation 4 exclusive for just over half a year. But according to an Nvidia press release, Death Stranding on PC will include their standout AI tech DLSS 2.0, and the performance benefits currently seem pretty incredible.
Hideo Kojima has a habit of posting cryptic messages and images online to send fnas in a flurry over what he could be working on next. He recently posted that he wanted to make “the scariest horror game” and no that wasn’t about Death Stranding.
We're almost a month away now from the PC release of Hideo Kojima's infamous literal-walking-simulator, Death Stranding. Whilst it certainly does look beautiful on the PlayStation, how will it handle on PC? The official PC system requirements have now been revealed so we can get a nice idea of well it will perform at least.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has seen lots of delays across the industry already, including the games Wasteland 3 and Everspace 2 delayed as well as numerous game conventions being cancelled like E3 2020 and Gamescom 2020. Now the latest delay comes from Kojima Productions on Twitter, after the temporary closure of Kojima Productions and a transition into a work-from-home environment due to the current ongoing pandemic, the long-awaited PC release of Death Stranding has unfortunately been delayed.