Xbox is seemingly teasing the arrival of Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding on PC Game Pass. The official Twitter account for PC Game Pass recently updated its profile picture, encouraging players to dig into its origins. One fan quickly managed to find out that it was an image taken from Death Stranding.
PC Game Pass’ Twitter account recently updated its profile picture on social media with the caption “sometimes we just like a good landscape picture.” The image, as one fan pointed out, is the landscape for Death Stranding, suggesting that the game will arrive on the PC subscription service sometime soon.
Death Stranding was developed by Kojima Productions and originally released in late 2019 exclusively for PS4. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world dominated by inter-dimensional beings called BTs, where the last remnants of humanity struggle to reconnect with each other. A delivery runner named Sam Porter Bridges (played by Norman Reedus) comes into possession of a mysterious baby in a jar, which may hold the key to the mysteries behind the BTs.
Death Stranding would eventually come to PC via Death Stranding: Director’s Cut, which also upgraded the title to PS5. However, it has yet to arrive on Xbox following some timed exclusivity on PlayStation. While that still appears to be the case, this may be a good indication that Death Stranding‘s PC version is at least heading to PC Game Pass.
In related news, Kojima confirmed that he will be partnering with Xbox to develop a new Cloud-based game. Kojima Productions is also working on the sequel to Death Stranding after Reedus accidentally leaked the news. Another mysterious horror title called Overdose is also reportedly in development at the Japanese studio, but we’ve heard little about it since it leaked.
Death Stranding is currently available for PS4, PS5 and PC.
Source: PC Game Pass