Death Stranding is set to use the controversial Denuvo DRM for its PC release, according to official game documentation.
However, the DRM scheme has been criticised for its alleged high CPU usage during gameplay, which is claimed to significantly affect performance and frame rates.
Capcom recently removed the DRM from the PC version of Devil Mary Cry V, resulting in claims of drastically improved framerates of up to 20fps for some users.
PC features include a higher frame rate, photo mode, ultrawide monitor support and Half-Life crossover content, according to 505.
It was previously confirmed that the PC version of Death Stranding will be released simultaneously on Steam and the Epic Games Store. It’s available to pre-order now priced at $59.99/£54.99.