By Imogen Donovan • 28 Nov 2019 • Posted in News • Tagged in: Death Stranding, Kojima Productions, Sony, Hideo Kojima, news, Death Stranding December update will respond to popular player requestsThrow the baby out with the sea waterThe next patch for Death Stranding will address popular player requests like increasing the in-game text size and getting rid of individual vehicles (via Polygon). Good news! We are working on another update to address the most common requests from players such as the ability to increase text size or dispose of individual vehicles. The update is set for around mid-December. We appreciate all your thoughtful feedback!#DeathStranding pic.twitter.com/LFO0V7PWuT — Kojima Productions (@KojiPro2015_EN) November 27, 2019 The 1.06 patch focused on “optimized network functionality” and “various performance improvements”. That was the extent of the notes, so it seems Kojima Productions and Sony are mimicking the mysterious marketing approach of Death Stranding even after launch. Targeting a December rollout, the next patch will include solutions to players’ suggestions, and the developer said that it “appreciate[s] all your thoughtful feedback.” The Outer Worlds issued a patch to increase its in-game text size, too. Teeny tiny text is a secondary effect of game development, as staff are commonly working on the game on screens on desks less than a foot away. As such, the staff make the text easy to read from this distance and accidentally make it really hard to see for players chilling on their sofas. Just one of those things. Death Stranding is out now on PlayStation 4. The game will also be released for PC during 2020. Carry on the conversation on the VideoGamer forums!