‘Death Stranding’ arrived this Tuesday, the 14th, on the PC and is now available to play. Accompanying the launch, Kojima Productions and 505 Games released a new trailer.
‘Death Stranding’ comes to the PC with a series of new features that will make the game even better at a technical level, courtesy of support for 21: 9 mode, and 60fps.
It supports Nvidia DLSS 2.0, which uses Nvidia’s RTX-enabled GeForce cards to boost visual quality without the typical hit to game performance. I’ll get into the technical details a little more later, but for the moment just take in these side-by-side comparisons of the Death Stranding PC version with DLSS off and on.
The improvements in visual quality are subtle on a frame-by-frame basis: more crisp textures, smoother lines, better detail, that sort of thing. The really remarkable part is how all that happens while also improving the game’s frame rate.