Dying Stranding’s iPhone, iPad and Mac launch has been delayed.
Initially set to reach on an unspecified date this 12 months, writer 505 Video games stated that it and Kojima Productions had now determined to maneuver the discharge into 2024.
“We simply want a bit of extra time,” 505 wrote in a put up on X, previously Twitter, earlier right this moment.
We first heard of those Dying Stranding ports in June, when collection creator Hideo Kojima referred to as himself a “die-hard Apple fan” since 1994 (which was when he purchased his first Mac).
Talking at Apple’s WWDC 2023 keynote presentation, Kojima stated it had been a dream of his to “see [his] group’s finest work come to life on the Mac”. At the moment, Kojima stated his studio’s assist for Mac would start “later this 12 months”, with the launch of Dying Stranding Director’s Minimize.
“That is just the start,” Kojima added, earlier than stating the studio was “actively working” to deliver future Kojima titles to Apple’s varied platforms.
Then, in September, the iPhone 15 Professional and iPhone 15 Professional Max have been introduced, promising to run video games comparable to Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil Village, Murderer’s Creed Mirage and, sure, Dying Stranding.
Kojima is presently engaged on a sequel to Dying Stranding, which can star each Elle Fanning and Deadpool 2’s Shioli Kutsuna. As well as, Léa Seydoux, Norman Reedus (who beforehand let slip that the sport was in improvement) and Troy Baker might be returning to the collection.
The creator additionally not too long ago lifted the lid on his upcoming venture often known as OD. Kojima described this forthcoming launch as “a recreation and on the identical time a film and on the identical time a brand new type of media”. He has been engaged on OD alongside director Jordan Peele, whose identify you’ll seemingly recognise from movies comparable to Nope and Get Out.