‘Death Stranding’ Has Mysteriously Vanished from Sony’s List of PlayStation Exclusives
- The game is set to launch only on PS4 in November.
- The game was previously on the list but has disappeared without warning.
- Rumors have been circulating that the game may come to PC.
Hideo Kojima’s upcoming Death Stranding has been mysteriously removed from Sony’s list of PlayStation Exclusive titles. This was initially spotted and brought up by Reddit user PikachuIzGod on r/Games, and no one is really sure what happened. Some titles that are exclusive as far as our knowledge, like Dreams and Concrete Genie, do not appear on the list, but caches show that these titles were never listed. Comparatively, Death Stranding was listed up until recently. The game is set to arrive in around three months, but what does this mean for the new Kojima title? Some people think this means that a PC port of the game will be arriving after the PS4 release, while others think this means the game will come to the PS5 following the console’s launch.
PC rumors have been circulating for years, even before the game was known as Death Stranding. All the way back in December 2015, back when Kojima first teamed up with Sony, there was a Medium Q&A from Sony. “The title is planned to become available on PC (after PS4).” The Q&A has since been deleted, but was archived. Despite this, Death Stranding has been continually labeled as “Only on PlayStation.”
Another theory is that the list is slightly mislabeled. While the games are all PlayStation exclusives, some users say they are all specifically PlayStation 4 exclusives. This theory is still up for debate, but the fact that games like MediEvil, Dreams, and Concrete Genie are not on the list lends some credence to the idea.
Is Death Stranding coming to PCs, will it be ported the PS5, or is this all just a big misunderstanding? Right now, we have no idea; only time will tell the truth.