Kojima Confirms Death Stranding Is Coming To Mac

The game will release macOS soon, along with multiple other games.

Story Highlights

  • Hideo Kojima announced Death Stranding and more games will be available soon for Mac OS. 
  • Apple’s newest chips will allow the newest AAA games to be available on Mac.
  • Multiple games, including No Mans Sky, Stray, and The Medium will release on Mac devices. 

AT WWDC23 today, Hideo Kojima made an appearance and announced that Death Stranding would soon be available for macOS. Apple was showcasing its new, in-house M2 and M2 Ultra chips, capable of running the latest AAA titles on Mac devices. Hideo also teased that other Kojima Production titles would soon be available for Mac.

Some footage was shown of Death Stranding Director’s Cut running on macOS. While the footage was short, we can see the game is running at a good frame right in very high quality. 

Kojima was spotted at Apple’s headquarters in the last few weeks. It was also rumored that multiple games would be showcased at WWDC23, including No Mans Sky. While we expected VR versions of these games to be announced for Apple’s Vison Pro AR headset, they were instead announced for Mac, which was just as surprising as an announcement.

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Multiple other titles were announced to come to MacOS. Some of these titles include No Mans Sky, as well as Stray and The Medium, two games that were developed with the hardware specifications of current generation consoles.

Multiple games that will soon be available for Apple Devices
Multiple games will soon be available for Apple devices

Apple also announced a developer kit that will help game devs to port their games to MacOS. It is clear as Macs become more powerful, Apple has gaming in its sights. While it is unlikely they will top PCs for their crown in computer gaming, newer Macs could offer impressive gaming performance (if you can afford a $6000 Mac with the newest M2 Ultra chip).

Death Stranding
Hideo Kojima at WWDC23

Mac has never been a traditional system for gaming. Windows has always been the domain of computer gaming. Anyone who has tried to play Fortnite on any Mac Pro would understand that Mac hardware is simply not made for gaming. However, with the newest M2 chips, the newest Macs could have the processing and computing power to play the latest AAA games. 

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