Death Stranding's PC release date pushed back to July 14th
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After making its debut on consoles earlier last year, Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding was all set to make its way to PC on June 2nd this year. However, the game's release date has now been pushed back to July 14th due to an employee in the development team testing positive for COVID-19.
The information comes via the official Kojima Productions' official Twitter handle. The Tweet states that the studio had shut down due to the employee's condition. The company is in touch with local health authorities about reopening its studio, but it will be a while before that happens. In the meanwhile, employees have been directed to work from home, which, in turn, has delayed Death Stranding's PC release.
Death Stranding joins the long list of games that have had their release dates pushed back due to the ongoing pandemic. Thankfully, we still know when the game will be out. The same can't be said for a lot of titles such as the highly-anticipated The Last of Us II.