Sony showed off a new trailer for Death Stranding: Director’s Cut during its State of Play presentation. The video announced a release date for this special edition and showed various new tools Sam can use as he makes his way through the lands of nothingness.
The trailer states the director’s cut has new battles and advanced mechanics to deal with tougher enemies, like improved melee combat and a ‘shocking’ master gun. You can practice with this weapon at the firing range.
The new tools include a cargo catapult, support skeleton, buddy bot, and a jump ramp. A new fragile circuit appears to be a sort of race track for you to test your driving skills. Some of the new tools can be seen in action within the video shown during Sony’s presentation.
Death Stranding: Director’s Cut was announced at the Summer Game Fest event, where Kojima confirmed its existence. A developer Q&A video was released after the State of Play livestream, Kojima Productions confirmed the upgrade would cost $10. This is for those who purchased the digital version of Death Stranding for PS4, and is similar to the Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, which cost’s a premium to upgrade on PS5.