Free Cyberpunk 2077 content is now available in Death Stranding on PC

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Death Stranding developer Kojima Productions has announced a collaboration with Cyberpunk 2077, along with a 50% off sale of Death Stranding on PC for a limited time. 

The Steam version of the game already features nods to Half-Life 2, but now it will include Cyberpunk-specific content. The game’s leading character, Sam Bridges, can be equipped with Johnny Silverhand’s mechanical arm, a cyberware-style new appearance, and a 'preem' vehicle skin for the Reverse Trike. You can also wear Johnny Silverhand’s stylish aviators. 

The crossover also adds a new hacking function. You can disable those annoying MULE sensor poles, stun enemies with Odradeks, and send enemy vehicles haywire.

Check out the announcement trailer below:

The upcoming collaboration between the two games isn’t exactly a huge shock – Hideo Kojima of Kojima Productions can already be found in Cyberpunk 2077 as an NPC, as can Death Stranding’s iconic baby.

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Kojima Productions celebrated its fifth anniversary on December 15, but didn’t make any big announcements other than sharing a few wallpapers and fun factoids. Clearly, the studio was saving the Cyberpunk 2077 collaboration for later. 

While Death Stranding is a polarizing title, the game is currently 50% on PC from both the Epic Games Store and Steam. If you've ever been curious about giving Kojima's latest title a spin, then, this is a great opportunity to grab it for less. 

Sadly there's been no word on any updates for the PS4 version of the game, with many fans hoping for a 60fps patch when playing on PS5

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