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Neither rumors nor speculation: after several days in which Microsoft has launched very direct hints through social networks, it is confirmed that Death Stranding, the latest work by Hideo Kojima, will arrive August 23 to the Xbox Game Pass catalog for PC.
A calculated move, as the announcement takes place six months after the arrival of the enhanced edition Director’s Cut debuted on Steam (fully Steam Deck verified) and ten months have passed since the PS5 version was released. Of course, despite launching in the Microsoft ecosystem, for the moment Sam Bridges’ journey remains an exclusivity on PlayStation consoles.
Now the version of Death Stranding for Windows 10/11 you will receive all the exclusive features of the PC version, including ultra-wide mode, launch photo mode and maximum framerate and more.
Although the PC version is published and distributed by 505 Games, the Sony Interactive Entertainment logo is still very present in the game. Even in the official captures. However, Death Stranding It is not the first game produced from PlayStation Studios to be released on Game Pass: since 2020 the MLB The Show saga has been available from day one on the Microsoft service. Of course, courtesy of the Baseball League itself.
Will we still see PlayStation Studios games on Game Pass? The truth is that it is nothing to be ruled out. One of the top priorities of Sony’s video game division is to enter fully into PC both through hardware such as monitors and headphones and through its star sagas.
From there the obvious: Game Pass is a superb way to promote your own releases. Even if these are removed after a few months by the rotation system to make way for new titles. Especially if Sony finally decides to launch its own launcher.
Great news for everyone, of course, but even more so for subscribers to Xbox GamePass.