Kojima Reveals Some More Details About Death Stranding

Back at E3 we got our first look at Hideo Kojima’s latest game Death Stranding through a trailer starring Norman Reedus. At the Tokyo Game Show conference Kojima once again took to the stage, and this time he revealed a few details about what the game is about. First off the name Death Stranding is derived from when dolphins and whales get stranded on beaches, and in the game something from another world becomes stranded on our world.

Kojima also stated that Death Stranding would be open world, and that there would be some online elements too. During the presentation an image appeared behind Kojima showing a drawing of himself, Norman Reedus, and Guillermo Del Toro. Del Toro was supposed to be working with both figures on Silent Hills, so maybe the film director is involved with Death Stranding too.

Source: Eurogamer

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  1. Nice scifi tease, I like that the title isn’t entirely abstract!

  2. Guillermo Del Toro eh?.. i wonder if they are reworking their plans for Silent Hills?

  3. Boah, so all the details are out of the bag now..! I wonder if people will still buy the game, already knowing all those details…!

    No offence meant, but this tease of his at E3 was probably the one with the least information about a game ever. And going from what’s on offer now, he still has no clue what game to create. And that’s not saying anything about the final product.

    • Yep all good points, but I’d bet you any money it ends up being excellent! Kojima groupies run on blind optimism, haha.

  4. After being severely let down by MGSV’s story, which I hold Kojima responsible for due to it being his vision, I won’t be having any hopes for it and well, it is just a giant case of “Err….. wha?” I mean, just what is this?

    I hope the open world aspect will have actual stuff to do instead of Kojima wanting to do open world and forgetting that an open world game needs content.

  5. Trouble with this drip feeding of vague info every few weeks is this game will be hugely hyped up by the time it eventually releases. Personally I think he’d be better off going quiet until he’s got something substantial to announce.

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