Official PC Game Pass for Xbox A Twitter account might be foreshadowing Death Stranding’s release on PC Game Pass. The account’s profile image was changed earlier today to a misty scene with grassy hills and rocks. When the picture was changed, the account posted, “Sometimes we just like a good landscape picture #NewProfilePic,” with the caption.
This afternoon, user @naven0m posted the location in a reply, along with a screenshot of Sam Bridges urinating from the game, leading some keen-eyed fans to assume they have already discovered the Death Stranding location from where the new profile photo was taken.
The majority of people appear to agree that the location shown in the profile image is the correct one, hence PC Game Pass is probably hinting at a Death Stranding release on the service.
Both the original Death Stranding and the Director’s Cut have already been released on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store after being released exclusively on the PlayStation 4 at first in 2019. The PlayStation 4 version was published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, although 505 Games was in charge of the PC version. The game would make its Xbox debut if it were to be included on PC Game Pass.
The first endeavor from Kojima Productions since Hideo Kojima parted ways with Konami is Death Stranding. Sam Porter Bridges, played by Norman Reedus, trudges across a post-apocalyptic America delivering deliveries. Death Stranding 2 appears to have been leaked by Reedus early this year, despite the fact that it hasn’t been formally announced.
It looks like Xbox is preparing Keyboard & Mouse Support on Xbox Cloud Gaming for selected games.
The Xbox App on PC received an update today, adding a search bar to the Cloud Gaming category, including a Keyboard & Mouse indicator. pic.twitter.com/WehLUthGqs
— Klobrille (@klobrille) August 18, 2022
Despite the lack of official confirmation, we do know that Kojima and Xbox are collaborating on a project outside of Death Stranding. Kojima announced a collaboration with Xbox earlier this year to build “a game I have always wanted to make.” Other than the fact that it will feature Microsoft’s “cutting-edge technology,” not much is known about the game at this time.