The announcement of the iPhone 15 Pro Max a few months ago revealed that several video games would have a mobile version available on the most recent Apple model. The first game to make the leap was the remake of Resident Evil 4, and it was announced that the next to follow in the same footsteps would be Death Stranding, originally set for release at the end of last year.
However, due to a last-minute delay, the arrival of Death Stranding’s mobile version was postponed to early 2024. Now, the official release date has been confirmed for January 30th. This means that from that day on, gamers can purchase Hideo Kojima and Kojima Productions’ masterpiece from the App Store to play it on the powerful iPhone, as well as on iPads and Macs compatible with the M series chip.
The mobile edition of Death Stranding will be the definitive Director’s Cut, containing new missions related to the main story, new weapons, equipment, vehicles, a shooting range for practice, a career mode to test driving skills, and a new battle mode focused on combat and stealth. Additionally, it includes collaborations with other titles, such as Half-Life and Cyberpunk 2077.
For those interested in getting the game, there is a 50% discount on reservations, making it available for 19.99 euros before its price increases to 39.99 euros.
This release offers a great opportunity to enjoy an exceptional game on the go.