Death Stranding PC’s First Edition Comes with a Steelbook and the Original Soundtrack

505 Games and Kojima Productions will be releasing a First Edition for Death Stranding on the PC. This limited edition comes with a steelbook, the original soundtrack, and other goods. Unfortunately, this physical version is only available to preorder through Japanese retailers. Naturally, being a special edition, this version is of limited quantity. If you’re interested in grabbing the First Edition of Death Stranding for PC, reservations are open now. You can pre-order this limited edition for ¥8690 (or roughtly $81).  [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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As mentioned above, Death Stranding PC First Edition will come with other goods. These include the Gold and Silver cosmetics for Sam’s sunglasses, hat, and power skeleton. The PC version will also come with digital version of the original soundtrack and artbook. Exclusive wallpapers are also included in this bundle. It is important to note that First Edition purchases will come with a Steam key for the game.

Death Stranding PC First Edition

Preorders for Death Stranding on the PC are currently open on both Steam and the Epic Game store. Preorders on Steam will receive a special Half-Life collaboration item in the form of a wearable headcrab.

Other features for Death Stranding on the PC include ultra-wide monitor support and a higher frame rate. A photo mode will also be available.

Death Stranding is available for the PlayStation 4. It will come to the PC on July 14, 2020.


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