We all understood that it was coming after confirmation just prior to its initial release, but we now know that Death Stranding can no longer be considered a PlayStation 4 exclusive from 2nd June 2020. That's the release date for the PC version of the game, which comes with a couple of extra bells and whistles in both the graphical and content departments.
Most exciting of which is a crossover with video game franchise Half-Life, which allows protagonist Sam Porter Bridges to sport a Headcrab on his noggin. It's an interesting choice indeed, but it'll be followed by a photo mode, a higher frame rate, and ultra-wide monitor support. It's not yet known whether the new items will be added to the PS4 version of Death Stranding, but we doubt that'll happen. This sort of content appears to incentivise people interested in the title into picking up the PC version, with 505 Games controlling things when it comes to publishing.
More PS4 games are heavily rumoured to be joining Death Stranding on the personal computer, including the likes of Horizon: Zero Dawn and Dreams. We're yet to receive confirmation of that, but it appears to be a foregone conclusion in the case of Guerrilla Games' latest IP.