Yesterday, the game Death Stranding had its release confirmed for November 8, as well as a new trailer. The release date had been revealed in an information leak by Antonio Fucito, an Italian journalist.
Fucito revealed during a Twitch broadcast that Death Stranding will be temporarily exclusive to PS4, possibly for 6 or 12 months. After this period, the game will be entitled to a PC version.
It's rare for us to see an exclusive PlayStation console game winning a computer version. At most this is more common with Microsoft, which owns Xbox and Windows.
This information had already been given in 2015
Interestingly, Sony had already confirmed to us that Death Stranding would have a PC version even before the project was named. When partnering with Hideo Kojima, the company revealed that its first project would be released on PS4 and later on the computer.
Bad news for Xbox users since neither version of the Microsoft console was mentioned at the time. Either way, anyone from the 'PC Master Race' will be pleased to know that they will be able to play the legendary Kojima game.
Death Stranding is a different action game than we are used to
In this game, people have created 'walls' and live in isolation. In Death Stranding, the player will have to reconnect isolated cities in a fragmented civilization.
Through links or strands, the player will learn the importance of bonding with other humans, the value of teamwork and survival. From the trailer, of course you'll have monsters and a lot of action in the middle of this game morale lesson.