Death Stranding Graphics Engine is Being Tested According to Kojima Himself
Hideo Kojima is one of the biggest names in gaming. His latest project Death Stranding, which is his first title under his new studio Kojima Productions, has become an enigma wrapped in a riddle resting on a plate of overwhelming anticipation. Kojima and his team have released very little in terms of the upcoming title, other than a couple of vague trailers and a minuscule amount of details. With Kojima’s track record, we as gamers have complete faith in his ability to deliver a unique game with an extraordinary twist, so whenever any news comes from the gaming icon, we celebrate. The latest tidbit lies within a tweet from the legend himself, letting fans know that the Death Stranding graphics engine is undergoing tests.
There isn’t anything in Kojima’s tweet that hints at plot, characters, or setting, but the important takeaway from the post is that the game is moving along. Furthermore, the game’s director is satisfied with the way it’s coming along. For those unaware, Hideo Kojima is known to be a perfectionist when it comes to the projects he works on, so the fact that he is tweeting positive tweets about current test phases means that we’re getting closer to the finished product. We still have absolutely no idea when it will be released, but at least the Death Stranding graphics engine is holding up.
Today I was able to see the good result of testing DS. I think I will have a good sleep tonight.
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) July 27, 2017
Many fans were disappointed that Kojima Productions didn’t bring any new footage or news about Death Stranding to this year’s E3, but don’t worry … There is still quite a few big gaming events in 2017 that the developing studio can utilize to show off what they’ve been working so hard (and secretly) on. Stay tuned with DFTG for more news on Death Stranding’s development as it’s released.
What do you make of Hideo Kojima’s tweet? If the Death Stranding graphics engine tests are to the director’s liking, how much longer until we get another trailer or perhaps some gameplay footage? Sound off in the comments section below. Be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter to catch the latest and hottest news in gaming and entertainment via our 24/7 live feed.
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