During Tribeca 2019, Death Stranding director Hideo Kojima discussed some aspects of his upcoming title, one of the questions he was asked regarded a PC version of the game.
Q: Is there still a PC version?— Michelle Jaworski (@michejaw) April 25, 2019
A: Didn't really answer it#Tribeca2019
Hideo Kojima was a guest during Tribeca 2019 film festival in New York and was asked a few questions regarding the mysterious Death Stranding. He danced around many of the questions about Death Stranding not revealing anything too considerable, just teasing fans with replies such as "I think people will cry, yeah".
One of the questions that Kojima was asked was about a possible PC version of the game, according to Michelle Jaworski, Kojima didn't really answer the question. Now that doesn't mean that there is a PC version coming, nor does it confirm that there isn't one coming, it just means that Kojima decided not to answer the question. What should be taken into account though is that Kojima could of easily disproved rumors of a PC version by saying that there isn't one planned at the moment. Perhaps the director is waiting for a better time to reveal the PC version and let the mystery brew over some time.
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