Death Stranding Drops on to Xbox Game Pass

In a surprise announcement, Hideo Kojima's divisive supernatural action game Death Stranding hops over to Xbox Game Pass for PC. Subscribers will be able to deliver packages as Norman Reedus for the first time under the Microsoft umbrella.

Death Stranding Drops on to Xbox Game PassKojima Productions’ divisive action game Death Stranding is coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC. This was announced by global publisher 505 Games who have helped port over the former PlayStation exclusive to Steam. Hideo Kojima’s critically acclaimed and genre-defying epic will land under the Microsoft umbrella for the first time on August 23.

However, to clarify, this will only be the original version of Death Stranding and not Death Stranding Director’s Cut. This will only be available for all subscribers of the PC version of Xbox Game Pass.

Enjoy the thrills of delivery that only Death Stranding can provide via Xbox Game Pass

Enjoy the thrills of delivery that only Death Stranding can provide via Xbox Game Pass

Death Stranding stars Norman Reedus as Sam “Porter” Bridges, who traverses the remnants of a plagued America by a series of supernatural phenomenons. Journey westward to connect those who remain after humanity’s near extinction. Death Stranding tells a groundbreaking story that members of the Microsoft community can finally experience. Death Stranding comes with a unique Social Strand System that lets players share resources to improve their surroundings as well as the worlds of other players. Lastly, players can construct zip lines, highways, safehouses and other structures to make the terrain more easily traversable for you and other players. 

Want more information on what’s coming to Xbox Game Pass in August? You can check out these articles below:

  1. Xbox Game Pass: August’s First Half of Content
  2. Xbox Game Pass: August’s Second Half of Content

SOURCE: Gamepress Press Article

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