Death Stranding had a recent update on PS4, to prepare for the premiere on PS5. Thus, users could continue their progress by transferring their files through the menus, although not everything will be as simple as one last “Kojimada” awaits.

The PS5 users will recognize this process, since you need to have the PS4 version downloaded to complete the transfer. Annoying like her alone, although Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut on PS5 fixes that, searching for PS4 save files on console.

Death stranding has no such process, need PS4 version installed for this, although adding an extra step beyond the one in the main menu of the game. In essence, you need a game terminal to be able to complete the transfer process.

You may consider this silly, but taking into account that the game has cargo and travel as its theme, may make sense let this also be “one more“.

It is understandable that this still seems silly, since the most normal thing is to play the new version and transfer everything from the old one without playing before. But that’s how Kojima is, You will not be able to transfer the version played on PS4 without first playing the Director’s Cut on PS5.

But this can be a double edged swordSome players may have caught their last game in a terminal; While others they will be in the middle of nowhere.

So, keep that in mind if you want to transfer your save files from the PS4 version to Death Stranding Director’s Cut for PS5.

Death Stranding Director’s Cut will not import trophies whose conditions have changed from PS4 to PS5

If you are curious, those of you who play Death stranding -maybe also- in Pc, know that AMD has made its old graphics cards compatible with raytracing.

Source: MP1st