Death Stranding Director’s Cut is a re-release of Hideo Kojima’s post-apocalyptic fetch quest game for the PS5. It’s been enhanced with better visuals and a higher framerate, and it also comes with tons of new features that certainly make it seem worth a second look. We got a glimpse of some of the new content that will be added with the Director’s Cut, and here are the four most important features we’re excited to see more of.
Those Damn Thrusters
4 Most Important Features Death Stranding Director’s Cut Adds to the Game
One of the very first new features we saw in the latest trailer was the thrusters that Sam could attach to his suit to allow for easier traversal, and most importantly, a way to prevent him from dying from fall damage. With the thrusters, you’ll essentially be able to hover over short gaps, which saves you the hassle of having to build a bridge or putting down a ladder, or finding an entirely new route altogether.
The thrusters also allow you to jump from high points and land on the ground safely, which would be a huge time-saver. Of course, we expect there to be caveats to this, such as a fuel gauge or something similar, but being able to take a shortcut down a huge mountain would save so much time and busywork in Death Stranding‘s fetch quest structure.
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