Published: Sun, November 10, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Death Stranding coming to Steam, isn't Epic Store exclusive

Death Stranding coming to Steam, isn't Epic Store exclusive

Sam Bridges must fearless a world utterly transformed by the Death Stranding.

505 Games, who is publishing the PC version of Death Stranding, announced today that it'll release both on Epic Games Store and Steam at the same time.

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As of yesterday, confused gamers worldwide were finally able to find out just what the hell Death Stranding is about. We all knew that the game would be coming to PC next year but fans wondered if they would be able to get it on Steam or if it would be another Epic Games Store exclusive. Here is hoping that the porting process doesn't take too long and won't make the game buggy, which tends to happen with a lot of console-to-PC ports. Then hit up the US PlayStation Store now and you can kit out your profile with some iconic images from Hideo Kojima's Norman Reedus-starring juggernaut, which hits PlayStation 4 today. With spectral creatures plaguing the landscape, and the planet on the verge of a mass extinction, it's up to Sam to journey across the ravaged wasteland to save mankind from impending annihilation. Epic has been leaning heavily into a strategy around game exclusivity on its store, while Ubisoft recently said Steam's business model was "unrealistic" for developers.

The PC version has a recommended retail price of £54.99/$59.99.

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