Death Stranding for the PC Gets Discounted Again | Game Rant – GameRant
Barely a month after Death Stranding’s release for the PC, Green Man Gaming is offering a limited-time promo that discounts the game to a lower price.
Several weeks ago, Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding finally released to the PC months after the game launched for the PlayStation 4. Shortly after its release to the PC, Death Stranding received mostly positive reviews from critics, with some calling the PC port the best version to experience Death Stranding.
Now, players on the PC who are interested in checking out Death Stranding would be happy to know that Green Man Gaming is offering a discount for the game. Previously, GMG’s Summer Sale listed Death Stranding for $47.99. However, the store further reduced Death Stranding’s price and is now available for $43.19, which is 20% off its original price. It is worth noting that upon checking Death Stranding’s page on GMG, the game is priced at $47.99. However, players must simply input the code WEEKEND upon checkout, and GMG will automatically reduce the price to $43.19.
To the uninitiated, Death Stranding is a single-player action game that serves as the first game developed by Kojima Productions post-Konami. It follows the story of Sam Porter Bridges who is tasked to reconnect isolated colonies via a wireless communications network. Now the PC version of the game added many features that were not originally found in the PS4 version. This includes ultrawide support, a Very Hard difficulty setting, and a selection of Half-Life related content.
Death Stranding (PC) – $43.19
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Additionally, Death Stranding has been recently added to Nvidia GeForce Now’s library of games. To those unfamiliar, Nvidia GeForce Now is a streaming service for PC players and the service has been adding 10 new games to its library each week ever since its launch in February 2020. Along with Death Stranding, Nvidia GeForce Now also added several other games including Far Cry: Primal, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, and many more.
As for what’s next at Kojima Productions, the studio previously revealed through its founder, Hideo Kojima, that it is interested in developing smaller titles. Unfortunately, Kojima did not go into specific details about the studio’s next project. However, it was revealed several days ago that Hideo Kojima is in talks with manga artist Junji Ito, to develop a new horror game. Of course, after the cancellation of Silent Hills several years ago, Kojima fans have been dying to see the developer work on a new horror game, and it appears that one is currently in the works.
Death Stranding is available now on PC and PlayStation 4.
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