Death Stranding: Director’s Cut Delayed to Early 2024 on Mac and iPhone

The Apple iPhone and Mac model of Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding: Director’s Cut has been delayed to early 2024, writer 505 Games has introduced.

Announced earlier this yr with a 2023 launch window, iPhone and Mac gamers apprehensive concerning the remaining days of the yr ticking down had trigger for concern as Death Stranding has now been pushed to the imprecise early 2024 window.

“Here at 505 Games and Kojima Productions, we’re excited to launch Death Stranding: Director’s Cut on iPhone, iPad, and Mac,” the writer stated in a put up on X/Twitter. “We simply want somewhat extra time. Stay tuned for a brand new launch date in early 2024. We cannot wait to welcome extra Porters to Death Stranding Director’s Cut.

From Metal Gear Solid creator Kojima, Death Stranding places gamers within the sneakers of Sam Bridges (performed by Norman Reedus) as he journeys throughout a ravaged panorama crawling with mysterious threats following the collapse of civilisation.

The Director’s Cut was launched in 2021 as an improved model of the unique, that includes an extended listing of quality-of-life enhancements to make the participant expertise rather less irritating. In our 7/10 assessment, IGN stated: “Death Stranding Director’s Cut is extra accessible than the unique, however looks like a compromised model of the director’s imaginative and prescient.”

The iPhone model was confirmed in September alonsgside the iPhone 15 Pro’s announcement because the “next-generation of cell gaming”. Apple additionally introduced cell variations of Resident Evil 4 Remake, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and extra.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelance reporter. He’ll discuss The Witcher all day.

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