Apple’s ‘Director’s Cut’ Release Pushed to Early 2024

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Death Stranding Director’s Cut

Originally set for release on iPad, iPhone, and Mac in 2023, “Death Stranding: Directors Cut” has been delayed until early 2024. According to developers, the postponement is necessary to ensure everything is prepared. Publisher 505 Games confirmed that Death Stranding will not be released by the end of the year but will be available by “early 2024.”

Initially launched for the Sony PlayStation 4 in 2019, Death Stranding is an open-world action game set in a post-apocalyptic world and features the voice and likeness of Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon of “The Walking Dead”) as the main character.

In Death Stranding, the world is overrun by invisible creatures that cause destruction wherever they go. Players take on the role of Sam, a courier responsible for delivering packages to isolated cities and connecting them to a wireless communication network.

Following its release, Death Stranding garnered critical acclaim for its unique game design and surreal imagery. This was the first game developed by Kojima after departing from Konami, the publisher of his renowned Metal Gear stealth action game series.

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