The Death Stranding PC release date has been delayed until July 14, developer Kojima Productions has announced in a post on Twitter. That means it’ll now hit our PCs over a month after its initial launch date, which was originally set for June 2.
In the tweet, the studio announces the new date, saying: “Following the temporary closure of Kojima Productions, we have had to delay the PC launch of Death Stranding to July 14, 2020, to allow more development time amidst the current work-from-home orders in place. Thank you all for your patience and continued support!”
This comes in wake of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak around the world, which has resulted in workers across many industries having to move to working from home. The game released on PlayStation 4 last year, and is due to hit both the Epic Games Store and Steam this summer. It’ll feature a Death Stranding PC photo mode, higher frame rate, ultra-wide monitor support, and even a Death Stranding and Half-Life crossover.
Pre-orders are already live on both stores if you’re keen to grab it as soon as it arrives this July.
Following the temporary closure of KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS, we have had to delay the PC launch of DEATH STRANDING to July 14, 2020, to allow more development time amidst the current work-from-home orders in place. Thank you all for your patience and continued support!#keeponkeepingon pic.twitter.com/euOmebcdQj
— KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS (Eng) (@KojiPro2015_EN) April 21, 2020