Death Stranding’s Latest Patch Adds DualSense Edge Support For PC

The update also includes various performance and visual upgrades.

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  • Death Stranding Director’s Cut is the definitive edition of 2019’s Death Stranding featuring improved next-gen visuals, new story content as well as entirely new activities.
  • The Director’s Cut launched last year for PC players and has since received a bunch of updates.
  • The newest update adds DualSense Edge support, Improved visuals, and Intel XeSS 1.1 for Death Stranding Director’s Cut. 
  • The update is only available for PC. 

Death Stranding has received yet another update on PC, adding a bunch of improvements to the game, including support for the DualSense Edge, as well as various visuals and performance upgrades. It’s a small patch that adds a bunch of neat improvements to an already great and polished title. 

The full patch notes are as follows: 

Death Stranding Update
The patch notes highlight all the new additions included with this new update.

It’s not a major update in particular, but the DualSense Edge support is definitely something that a bunch of players is going to be happy about, at least the ones who can actually afford it. 

Death Stranding Directors Cut was released last year for PC with a whole bunch of new content as well as all additional content from the original game. This included cross-over content from other franchises, such as the Yaiba Kusanagi from Cyberpunk 2077 in Death Stranding as well as various accessories modeled after Valve‘s Half-Life series. 

The Director’s Cut also included brand new story content and easter eggs, one of which is a direct homage to Hideo Kojima’s now-canceled Silent Hills.

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