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Death Stranding Director’s Cut and Future Kojima Games Coming to Mac

Hideo Kojima has announced that Death Stranding Director’s Cut will be coming to Mac later this year, and Kojima Productions’ games will also be coming to Apple machines in the future. It is said.

Kojima announced the news Apple’s WWDC 2023 keynote, shining his eyes on Apple’s vast digital set, expressed his enthusiasm for the company’s products. “I’ve been an avid Apple fan since I bought my first Mac in 1994,” Kojima explained. “It was my dream to see my team’s best work come to life on his Mac.”

To that end, Kojima said the studio’s support for the Mac will begin “later this year,” with the launch of Death Stranding: The Director’s Cut, an expanded extravaganza that delivers parcels in damp valleys. . “This is just the beginning. We are actively working to bring future titles to the Apple platform,” Kojima added.

Death Stranding Director’s Cut was originally released for PS5 in 2019.

Today’s news continues Apple’s more public acceptance of AAA games after years of indifference. Last year, the company announced the launch of its games-focused Metal 3 API, and alongside Hello Games’ ever-expanding No Man’s Sky, Capcom’s critically acclaimed Resident Evil Village will join the company’s I have confirmed that it will be installed on the machine.

This exploration space sim was originally scheduled to release by the end of 2022, but after some setbacks, It finally came to Mac last week.

Kojima’s Death Stranding announcement comes as part of Apple’s busy WWDC keynote, which includes updates to the Mac lineup, details on upcoming versions of iOS, iPadOS, WatchOS and MacOS, as well as the company’s very News about the announcement of features that have been in development for a long time was also shared. -Rumored Augmented Reality Headset- $3,499 USD Apple Vision Pro. Death Stranding Director’s Cut and Future Kojima Games Coming to Mac

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