If you were eagerly waiting for Death Stranding being available on PC, we have some sad news for you. Kojima Productions announced that the PC version of the game will come out on July 14th instead of June 2nd.

The news broke via Tweet:

While this is not a very long delay, the reason for it is pretty clear even without an official explanation. More time is needed “to allow more development time amidst the current work-from-home orders in place.”

For those who are new on our blog and haven’t heard the news, Death Stranding on PC promises to feature high frame-rate support, ultra-wide monitor compatibility and some Half-Life themed goodies. In addition, it will also feature a photo mode that was added to the original game last month.

Death Stranding launched on PlayStation 4 in November and received mixed reviews. Some critics praised it, while some hated it. It’s not hard to see why. Not everyone loved to be a postboy in the post-apocalyptic US. We don’t know about you all, but we think that during these uncertain times Death Stranding perfectly encapsulates the time-period we currently live in… 

With invisible monsters lurking at every corner – you gotta love your delivery man.