505 Games has confirmed that Death Stranding, third person of Hideo Kojima, will not enter into an exclusive contract with Epic Games Store when launching on the PC next year and will also be on Steam. ,
When the news was announced last week that 505 Games was concerned with the release of Death Stranding.
Many wondered if Epic would grab his pockets again.
Turns Kojima’s long-awaited singularity into another controversial exclusivity of Sagittarius – like that in which developed Remedy was the case,
Though 505 checks published.
However, 505 has shown that this would not be the case.
“We’ve been flooded with questions on our social networks since [the announcement],”
He writes in a new blog post before confirming that Death Stranding is actually launched simultaneously in the Steam and Epic Games stores.
PC in the summer of 2020. No other shop window was mentioned.
Accompanying this announcement, the Death Stranding Store pages are now available in the Steam and Epic stores.
You can pre-order the game if you are in a hurry to return your purchase to £ 54.99 / $ 59.99 more than six months prior to the scheduled release date on the PC.
Of course, the owners of PlayStation 4 are already kneeling in the world of Death Stranding, the wet gland, and the Bridge Bridge, after being released today on the platform.
But was the wait worth it? Oli Welsh of Eurogamer rewarded him with a badge recommended in his report and described it as a “confused and complacent vanity project,” which is also “a true original.”
“The moment the credits fall on Death Stranding, laden with undeserved pathos, the impression of a monument of self-congratulation to the ego of an outstanding Creator,” wrote Oli.
“but then you return to the actual game, choose a modest one Delivery order, lace up your boots and plan a new calculation with these unforgettable spooky customs.
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