Update (5/2/22): Publisher 505 Games has now officially confirmed that Death Stranding Director's Cut will be coming to PC.

Following on from yesterday's reports, it's now officially happening. The enhanced version of Kojima Productions' strand game will launch simultaneously on Steam and Epic Games Store this Spring. Furthermore, the integration with Intel's XeSS tech has also been confirmed. You can learn more about the PC version of Director's Cut through here.

Original Story: Death Stranding Director's Cut appears to be making its way to PC, according to a supposed press release from Intel.

It's hardly the most surprising rumour, given that the original Death Stranding also launched on PC shortly after its PlayStation 4 debut. The press release, as reported on by VideoCardz, directly mentions the Director's Cut version of the game, which will apparently partner with Intel's upcoming Arc GPUs.

Neil Rally, president of 505 Games (Death Stranding's PC publisher) is quoted in the release. "We're delighted to announce our partnership with Intel for the Death Stranding Director's Cut edition on PC," he says. "Death Stranding has been a hugely popular game with PC players and we’re excited to see how Intel’s new XeSS technology will enhance player experience for Director’s Cut."

None of this is officially confirmed, as this is hanging on the word of VideoCardz, although it all seems pretty legit. A PC port of this title is inevitable, really — we expect this will be formally announced soon.

As of right now, Death Stranding Director's Cut is a PS5 console exclusive that enhances the original game with improved visuals, performance, and new features. Are you hoping to see this version make the jump to PC? Build some bridges in the comments section below.

[source videocardz.com, via videogameschronicle.com, twitter.com, deathstrandingpc.505games.com]