Death Stranding just released this month after years of speculation, and in a recent tweet Kojima Productions has announced that an update is dropping in mid-December to address the most commonly requested fixes for the game.
The main fix is the ability to change the size of the font, the lack of which thus far has been heavily criticised by fans, especially when it comes to subtitles and other elements like long emails in-game.
The tweet also announces that players will get the ability to dispose of vehicles. This feature does not seem as vital as the previous issue, but will give more control over general inventory management.
Death Stranding has only just received update 1.06 too, a relatively small patch which "optimized network functionality" and included "various performance improvements".
The mid-December update will likely fix more issues that the community has raised, and any other improvements the company sees fit to include. We will bring you all the news on future updates when we have more information.
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