Despite being billed as a PlayStation exclusive for the past few years, a few recent changes seem to hint at Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding being slated to arrive on other platforms. Death Stranding was once listed on PlayStation UK, on a page that showed games that were "only on PlayStation", but within the past few days, the game has silently been removed from there. In addition, the recently-revealed boxart for the game lacks a PlayStation exclusive logo, further giving credence to the fact that Death Stranding could find its way to more than just the PS4. Though Sony has funded a majority of the game, along with supplying their own game engine, according to a now-deleted 2015 press release offering more information about Death Stranding, the game was never meant to stay a PlayStation exclusive.
There's no clear reason as to why the briefing was deleted after so many years had passed, but in it, Kojima Productions stated that since the beginning of development, Death Stranding was planned for a PC release, after an unknown period of exclusivity with PlayStation. Currently, Kojima is at Gamescom this week to showcase new information about his upcoming title, where it is possible that we could see a PC version reveal, though we likely won't get any such confirmation until after the game officially launches on PlayStation 4, on November 8th.