As you well know by now, Death Stranding was distributed for free on Christmas Day on the Epic Games Store. This initiative meant that the servers were overloaded by the number of connected players, causing problems that have continued until today.
Since the launch on the store of the creators of Fortnite Battaglia Reale, Death Stranding has suffered due to the high flow of users simultaneously connected to the servers, which often collapsed causing the appearance of the fateful error 51003. In the last few hours, however, 505 Games has published a message on the official social channels to confirm the resolution of the problem, also facilitated by the lower turnout of players a few days after the Christmas holidays. In short, anyone who wanted to enjoy the generous Christmas gift from the Epic Games Store will now be able to do so without any kind of concern.
Did you know that Epic Games gave away the Director’s Cut of Death Stranding by mistake? The bug was fixed within a few minutes when the gift edition was replaced with the standard one, but many players were able to claim the more expensive version of the game for free Hideo Kojima.