Check Out the PC Technical Specs for Death Stranding

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June 16, 2020

505 Games and KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS’ PC release of DEATH STRANDING will share the cinematic gaming experience, a 2020 BAFTA Games Award recipient for Technical Achievement, with more eager players around the world when it releases on Steam and the Epic Games Store on Tuesday, July 14. The minimum and recommended PC specs revealed today give players an idea of what type of equipment they will need to get the most visually enhanced experience possible.

 

DEATH STRANDING for PC is also receiving a hotly anticipated injection of Half-Life related content, offering surreal crossover missions with Valve’s Half-Life universe. A familiar face has crossed over into the world of DEATH STRANDING, impersonating Bridges’ employees and sending request emails prompting Sam to locate and secure companion cubes throughout the world. Completing these requests will reveal the mystery behind the friendly imposter and award Sam with useful new equipment and accessories.

DEATH STRANDING’s astounding graphical fidelity is top of the class. One good look at KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS’ expansive vistas, detailed character models, and aesthetic in art design and it’s instantly apparent how much effort went into creating a truly jaw-dropping visual experience deserving of a genre of its own.

Pre-purchase options are available now for the PC version of DEATH STRANDING. More information can be found at www.deathstrandingpc.505games.com.

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