Is Death Stranding Coming to Xbox One and PC?

One of this year's biggest PS4 exclusives might not be exclusive after all. Death Stranding is coming to PS4 on November 8, but a number of rumors and updated online listings suggest that it might be coming to other consoles sooner rather than later.
Is Death Stranding Coming to Xbox One and PC?

Is Death Stranding Coming to Xbox One and PC?

Death Stranding is easily the biggest PS4 exclusive to launch this year. However, following a sequence of updates to Sony’s official websites, the game might be coming to additional platforms like Xbox One and PC.

Many of PlayStation’s regional sites include extensive lists of PS4 exclusives. Ever since its original announcement, Death Stranding has been included on these lists. However, within the past few weeks, it has been removed from PS4 exclusive lists across all official PS4 websites. This suggests that Death Stranding may not remain exclusive to PS4 for very long. With this information, a future re-release of the game on PC or Xbox One no longer seems impossible.

Death Stranding – Release Date Reveal Trailer | PS4

This wouldn’t be the first time that Death Stranding has suggested a multiplatform release. All the way back in 2015, a community manager for Sony revealed that Death Stranding would come to PC following timed exclusivity on PlayStation. The statement has since been deleted, but the appropriate excerpt from the original Q&A can be found below.

Q6. What other platforms will Kojima’s first independent title be available on, besides PS4?
The title is planned to become available on PC (after PS4).
Q7. How long is the exclusivity?
We are not disclosing details.
– Kojima Productions Q&A, 2015
Death Stranding is the first game from Kojima Productions, the studio formed by the famed Metal Gear series creator Hideo Kojima after his explosive departure from Konami. Initially announced in 2015, it will launch on November 8 as a PS4 exclusive. It likely will not appear on additional platforms until next year at the earliest, if such a release really is in the works.

Source: PC Gamer

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