It’s a rumor that has been around for a few weeks and is now official. Death Stransing, the exclusive PlayStation console released in 2019 on PS4, in 2020 on PC and in 2021 on PS5 in a “Director’s Cut” will land very soon on Microsoft’s Game Pass.
No Xbox version on the program, but a PC version which will be accessible to all players who are subscribed to the PC Game Pass.
Death Stranding for Microsoft Gamers
It was through social networks and in particular Twitter that the announcement was confirmed by Microsoft. Death Stranding arrives this week, August 23, on PC Game Pass. For players on Windows 10/11, several features will be available such as ultrawide mode, photo mode, a very high frame rate and content from well-known franchises. Obviously, this is the basic version of the game and not the Director’s Cut.
Five other PC games are coming to Game Pass PC now, including:
- An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire – Available Now
- Quake 4 – Already available
- Return to Castle Wolfenstein – Already Available
- The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard – Available Now
- Wolfenstein 3D – Already available
For the moment, we do not yet know at what time Death Stranding will be available on Xbox Game Pass PC in France. In any case, Microsoft players will be able to discover the adventures of Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Léa Seydoux and Lindsay Wagner in this unique action game.
The addition of Death Stranding in the Game Pass once again shows the rapprochement between Hideo Kojima (creator of the game, and creator of the Metal Gear Solid series) and Microsoft. During Summer Game Fest 2022, during the Xbox conference, Hideo Kojima confirmed that he was working on a game that would be an Xbox exclusive. The latter recalled all the same that he would continue to work in collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment for PlayStation games.