Death Stranding Update Finally Fixes Major Complaint
Death Stranding gets easier on the eyes with these patch notes.
Death Stranding is one of our best games of 2019 nominees, but there's always room for improvement. One common criticism among many players, including Smash Bros director Masahiro Sakurai, has been the itty-bitty text size. Kojima Productions promised a fix incoming, and now that patch is available. You can read the full patch notes below.
The 1.07 patch includes general bug fixes, but the major update is to the text size. You can change it using the Options menu in the title screen. Firsthand accounts of the change, like the one below, seem positive on the revision.
The UI issue was one of the most consistent complaints, even among fans of the game. This patch was also announced to fix a griefing issue that allowed players to block progress with vehicles.
Death Stranding received a 9/10 in GameSpot's review, with particular praise for its practical and emotional payoffs for putting in the work to build infrastructure in the post-apocalyptic world.
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Death Stranding Version 1.07 Update
- Multiple problems fixed
- Adjustment of the text size
- The text size can be changed from the "Options" menu on the Title Screen.
- Updated save data version
- Save data created in version 1.07 cannot be used with an earlier version.
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