Death Stranding is no longer listed as a PS4 exclusive on Sony’s official website

Over the past few months, we’ve seen numerous hints towards a PC version of Death Stranding. This new game from the mastermind behind the Metal Gear series, Hideo Kojima, was listed as a PS4 exclusive on Sony’s website. However, it appears that the game is no longer listed as one.

As we can clearly see on Sony’s website, Death Stranding is nowhere to be found in the “PS4 exclusives” section. In case you are wondering, the game was listed as one a few months ago.

What this ultimately means is that Sony has most likely removed the game from that list. That or a bug/glitch is the culprit of Death Stranding’s removal.

Both Sony and Kojima Productions have not announced anything official yet. We do know that Hideo Kojima wants to bring the game to the PC platform. Therefore, and after the game’s removal, a timed-exclusive deal with Sony seems more likely at this point.

Hideo Kojima will showcase Death Stranding at Gamescom 2019. However, I’d suggest tempering your expectations. While it would be awesome to get an official reveal of a PC version, it won’t likely happen during this gaming event.

My guess is that Kojima Productions will reveal a PC version of Death Stranding after the game’s release on Playstation 4.

But anyway, we’ll be sure to keep you posted so stay tuned for more. As a bonus, I’ve included below the game’s latest gameplay trailer!

Death Stranding - Official Release Date Trailer

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