Xbox’s official PC Game Pass Twitter account could also be teasing the arrival of Death Stranding on PC Game Pass.
Earlier at the moment, the account modified its profile image to a foggy panorama that includes grassy hills and rocks. After altering the picture, the account posted, saying, “generally we similar to an excellent panorama image #NewProfilePic”.
generally we similar to an excellent panorama image #NewProfilePic
— PC Game Pass (@XboxGamePassPC) August 16, 2022
This afternoon, some eagle-eyed followers imagine they’ve already uncovered the situation inside Death Stranding that the brand new profile image was taken from, with person @naven0m posting the realm in a reply… together with a picture from the sport of Sam Bridges urinating.
Discovered it pic.twitter.com/xlHwrqz0qD
— NV (@naven0m) August 16, 2022
Most appear to agree that that is the proper location featured within the profile image, that means PC Game Pass is probably going teasing a Death Stranding launch on the service.
After initially launching solely on the PlayStation 4 in 2019, each the unique Death Stranding and the Director’s Lower have already come to PC by way of Steam and the Epic Video games Retailer. Sony Interactive Leisure did publish the PS4 model, however the PC model was dealt with by 505 Video games. Inclusion on PC Game Pass would mark the sport’s first look beneath the Xbox umbrella.
Death Stranding is the primary undertaking from Kojima Productions following Hideo Kojima’s breakup with Konami. The sport stars Norman Reedus’ Sam Porter Bridges, who trudges throughout a submit-apocalyptic America delivering packages. Reedus seemingly leaked the existence of Death Stranding 2 earlier this 12 months, though it hasn’t been formally introduced but.
Whereas the true that means behind Xbox’s tease is not formally confirmed, we do know that Kojima and Xbox are working collectively for a undertaking separate from Death Stranding. Earlier this 12 months, Kojima introduced a partnership with Xbox to create “a recreation I’ve all the time needed to make.” We do not know a lot concerning the recreation but, apart from that it’ll embrace Microsoft’s “reducing-edge expertise”.
Logan Plant is a contract author for IGN. You could find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.