Death Stranding is still weird but at least there's gameplay now

Death Stranding is still weird but at least there's gameplay now

It goes without saying that Kojima still have plenty of secret from Death Stranding that he and his team have yet to unveiled.

Death Stranding was shown off in great detail at Sony's E3 press conference this year. "Give me your hand in life", "Give me your hand in death", and so on. We also get a look at what seems to be the game's third person gameplay for a bit.

Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro will also reportedly contribute to the basis of another character through body and facial scanning.

We see the first iteration Death Stranding's of gameplay, showing the player doing an very bad lot of walking. Two new characters, one played by Lea Seydoux, have been revealed.

"Death Stranding" is the highly anticipated sci-fi game from Hideo Kojima, the creator behind the "Metal Gear" series.

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'Death Stranding' E3 2018 Trailer: WTF?

We've seen several trailers at this point and we still have no clue.

The newest trailer for Death Stranding was uploaded to YouTube on June 11, 2018 and has already accumulated in excess of one million views.

Players, however, apparently could not get enough of Death Stranding, even if they do not understand what is going on. We also found out during his after-presentation interview with Geoff Keighley that he's the only playable character in the game. "As you know, Léa is a world class actress from France". Hideo explains that for the goal of her role in the game, his studio went through the process of recreating Wagner's younger self from her recent 3D scan data.

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