Microsoft’s official PC Recreation Cross Twitter account has been teasing the arrival of Dying Stranding all week, and now it’s official: Dying Stranding arrives on PC Recreation Cross on August 23rd. Spearheaded by Hideo Kojima, the developer greatest recognized for his work on the Metallic Gear collection, Dying Stranding initially launched as a PlayStation four unique in 2019 earlier than its PC launch two years in the past.
Dying Stranding’s arrival on PC Recreation Cross is a lift to the service, nevertheless it doesn’t imply the sport is any nearer to an Xbox launch. Sony revealed Dying Stranding on PlayStation in 2019, however 505 Video games publishes the PC port. Sony nonetheless controls the place Dying Stranding lands on console, so it’s unlikely we’ll see it seem on the Xbox model of Recreation Cross.
As Kojima’s first sport since Kojima Productions cut up from Konami in 2015, Dying Stranding is an open-world motion sport that’s set within the US following a disaster. You play as a courier that delivers provides to cities and battles away creates which have appeared on Earth.
It’s no shock to see Dying Stranding seem on PC Recreation Cross. Microsoft’s official Twitter account for the subscription service has modified its profile image a number of occasions this week with photos depicting scenes from the sport. Kojima Productions can also be working with Microsoft on what Kojima beforehand referred to as the “sport I’ve at all times wished to make.” The brand new IP will use Microsoft’s cloud expertise, and Kojima mentioned it’s a “never-before-seen idea.” The brand new sport has no working title or launch date, and it’s not clear precisely after we’ll see Kojima’s Xbox Recreation Studios sport.