Kojima Productions has also released the final trailer for Death Stranding Director’s Cut, which will be released on September 24. The trailer, which is around 5 minutes, reveals how the PlayStation 5 supported game will look like glass with its cinematic scenes.
Death Stranding, published under the signature of Kojima Productions in 2019 and both loved and criticized during its release, has been on the agenda for a while with its new PlayStation 5 compatible version. This special version, named “Death Stranding Director’s Cut”, will be released with PlayStation 5 compatible graphics as well as brand new content and gameplay features. Moreover, the company offers a $10 upgrade package for PlayStation 5 owners only. Thus, players who have previously purchased Death Stranding will not need to pour money again.
Death Stranding Director’s Cut will support the PlayStation 5’s haptic feedback feature. In this way, players will feel the environment better with Dual Sense. In addition, the developer team, which has created new functionality for the characters in the game, shows that it will benefit from all the blessings of PlayStation 5. Of course, high graphics quality, competitive ranking system and expanded story features will also be features in Death Stranding Director’s Cut.
Kojima, who has released a new trailer for Death Stranding Director’s Cut, which will offer a brand new experience to PlayStation 5 owners, has now just started counting down. Because the PlayStation 5 version of Death Stranding, which many players describe as a walking simulation, will be released on September 24. The company will not share any new information or trailers for the Death Stranding Director’s Cut during this process.
The final trailer of Death Stranding Director’s Cut, about 5 minutes, contains cinematic footage in general. The trailer, which was uploaded in high resolution, reveals that the PlayStation 5 version of the game will be almost smooth. In addition, some details about the extended story in the game appear as details that welcome us in this trailer.
Here’s the final trailer for Death Stranding Director’s Cut