The original Death Stranding was already a pretty long game on its own, but the new Director’s Cut version seeks to add even more content and gameplay improvements to it. This includes new equipment to help make Sam’s deliveries a little easier, race tracks, and even new missions that help to flesh out the story. If you’re not quite ready to let go of your old save file and start completely, fresh, though, there’s a solution to that. Here’s how to transfer your PS4 save data over to Death Stranding Director’s Cut.
It’s possible to carry over your save data from the original game, and this will allow you to jump straight into the new Director’s Cut without losing all of your unlocked items. However, the transfer process itself can be a bit of a hassle.
Transferring PS4 Save Data in Death Stranding Director’s Cut
First off, you need to have access to your PS4 version of Death Stranding, which may be problematic for those of us who have already gotten rid of our PS4s. It’s possible to redownload the PS4 version on the PS5, but knowing how big of a download that is, some might choose to just forgo their save files anyway and start fresh.
Either way, boot up the PS4 version of the game and load your save file. Bring up the cuff link menu with the Options button, then choose System. From here, choose the Export Save Data option, then confirm your selection. This will send your data to the cloud.
After that, boot up Death Stranding Director’s Cut, then choose the Load Game (PS4 to PS5) option on the main menu. Select the file you want to download, and you’re all set. You’ll now be able to jump straight back into the game and still retain access to all your unlocked items and gear.
That’s all you need to know about how to transfer your PS4 save data in Death Stranding Director’s Cut. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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