'Death Stranding: Director's Cut' for iPhone & Mac pushed to early 2024

in macOS

While "Death Stranding: Directors Cut" was initially supposed to be out for iPad, iPhone, and Mac in 2023, developers have announced that the game's release will be pushed back until early 2024.

Death Stranding Director's Cut
Death Stranding Director's Cut
Death Stranding: Director's Cutwas announced

for Mac at WWDC 2023, when Gaming luminary Hideo Kojima spoke positively about the Mac's place in the gaming world.

In September, it was learned that the game would also make it onto iPads equipped with an M1 chip or later, as well as the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

However, it appears that devs need some extra time to ensure everything is ready. Publisher 505 Games took to X to announce that Death Stranding won't be out before the year is over but will be ready by "early 2024."

Here at @505_Games and @KojiPro2015_EN, we are excited to launch #DeathStrandingDC on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. We just need a little more time!

Stay tuned for a new release date in early 2024.

We can't wait to welcome more Porters to DEATH STRANDING DIRECTOR'S CUT. pic.twitter.com/zCa9Tcecd4

-- 505 Games (@505_Games)

Originally published for the Sony PlayStation 4 in 2019, Death Stranding is an open-world action game in a post-apocalyptic setting featuring the voice and likeness of Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon of "The Walking Dead") as the lead character.

In Death Stranding, the world is plagued by invisible creatures that wreak havoc upon everything they touch. Players assume the role of Sam, a courier tasked with delivering packages to remote cities and linking them to a wireless communication network.

After its release, Death Stranding received high praise from critics for its unique game design and surreal imagery. This was the first game created by Kojima after leaving Konami, the publisher of his famous Metal Gear stealth action game series.

The 2021 Director's Cut edition of Death Stranding comes with additional content and improvements to the core game engine.

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    now if Apple can start getting AAA games that are upcoming instead of being played out, that would be great. 

    buying the StarCitizen group would be a good move. 
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