Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding has been removed from Sony's official list of PlayStation 4 exclusive games on their website. Death Stranding was listed as PS4 exclusive as recently as 31 May 2019 according to ResetEra user vestan.
You may remember that Hideo Kojima's upcoming action "social strand system" Death Stranding was originally announced for PlayStation 4 and PC. However, ever since the reveal, not a lot has been said about the PC version. In fact, Kojima doesn't even mention the platform anymore, suggesting that the game could be a PlayStation 4 exclusive.
Today, we have an interesting clue, suggesting that Death Stranding may not be PlayStation 4 exclusive after all. If PC is your preferred platform and you just can't get your eyes off Death Stranding, you'll be happy to hear that Sony have removed the game from their official list of PlayStation 4 exclusives.
On Sony's website, there's a section where you can find all PlayStation 4 exclusives that already released and are scheduled to arrive in the future. You'll find titles like Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War and Days Gone but Death Stranding was there too as recently as 31 May 2019 according to ResetEra user vestan, who noticed the removal.
It's possible that this is somehow connected to the recent announcement from Hideo Kojima, who said that "an exclusive new look" at Death Stranding will be revealed on this year's Gamescom, which is just around the corner. Could this be the day for a PC version announcement? One can only hope.
Furthermore, the recent reveal of Death Stranding cover art doesn't feature "Only on PlayStation" branding which can be found on other PlayStation 4 exclusives.
All in all, a lot of clues that point at PC version but, of course, these are just rumours until we get an official confirmation from Kojima himself.