Death Stranding: Director's Cut

released on Sep 24, 2021

An expanded game of Death Stranding

From legendary game creator Hideo Kojima comes a genre-defying experience, now expanded and remastered for PS5 in this definitive Director's Cut.

Experience an extended storyline through new missions in an expanded area. Make use of additional weapons and vehicles, take on new enemy types and explore new locations such as the Firing Range and Racetrack, featuring extra missions and minigames.

Stay connected with other players from around the globe.

Released on


More Info on IGDB

Reviews View More

I really liked this, but got distracted by RE4 Remake coming out and have since forgotten to go back to it

O "jogo que não é pra todo mundo" é brega e maravilhoso.
Se beneficiaria muito de um bom editor, mas mesmo nos seus piores momentos o jogo ainda se sobressai.
Narrativamente instigante e tecnicamente impecável.

Fuck this game. I can see why people like it but I fucking hate it. This game to me represents the death of good Kojima games in my eyes. No interest in making fun gameplay or a fun story with fun characters, this game is just pure misery on all fronts. Fuck you, Kojima. After I loved Metal Gear Solid V so much, this game feels like Kojima just taking a huge dump on me for wanting a fun spiritual successor to Metal Gear.

Every aspect of this game from the story, environments, gameplay mechanics, enemies, to the little animations Sam does in the safe room is so painstakingly detailed and lovingly crafted to provide an experience no other game can provide. It's certainly not for everyone, but it's definitely for me.

There's lots about this game I loved - the way the traversal makes you think deeply about the landscape, the sense of community that the asynchronous multiplayer fosters, the satisfaction from completing stretches of road. There are other aspects of the game which, to me, felt a little undercooked - the story, the stealth, and especially the combat. I also realised that, having spent over 40 hours in the game, I seem to be only about halfway through. I'm just not sure that there's enough there to pull me through the rest of the game. I may wind up watching the rest on a let's play. In general though, an interesting and unique game which is well worth checking out.