Just after months of rumours, it is officially been confirmed by Kojima Productions that Death Stranding will not be a PlayStation four exclusive, with the title heading to Computer subsequent year.
It is been rumoured for a though now, but the official confirmation has left a bitter taste in the mouths of players, with lots of individuals really cancelling their pre-orders of the game following the news.
(Personally, I’m element of the camp that does not definitely thoughts if a game goes multi-platform, in particular if it is a game that actually has the premise of connecting players. Certainly the additional individuals obtaining to play a game, the improved?)
Nonetheless, it appears a lot of individuals disagree with this line of pondering, with actually hundreds of angry gamers taking to social media to vent their aggravation. The most well-liked argument is seemingly that players really feel “cheated” out of funds when what they believed they have been paying for was a PlayStation exclusive.
One particular angry gamer took to Twitter to – somewhat confusingly – rage: “WTF… i’m cancelling my pre-order i do not help this pseudo multiplat garbage I rather for Sony to use that tech funds sources to get a new Legend of Dragon two Resistance four not fund a multiplat.”
When asked how the game reaching a wider audience is a undesirable factor, yet another user stated: “People get consoles for the exclusives. If they’re not exclusives any longer, why bother?”
Along with the individuals who took situation with the announcement, there’s also a lot of individuals who’ve decided to drop their pre-order due to the fact they’d rather wait for a Computer version than a PS4.
It just goes to show that you cannot please everybody. Exactly where do you stand on the news?
Death Stranding launched on PlayStation four, November eight 2019. It’ll be migrating on more than to Computer in “early summer time 2020.”
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