Death Stranding Reveals Release Date With Insane New Footage (VIDEO)
It’s been a few years since Death Stranding was officially unveiled by Hideo Kojima, the bizarre project having since wowed as much as confused fans waiting for the game’s eventual release. Though a fair amount of mystery covers the incoming adventure, Kojima recently stole fans’ attention yet again after teasing an imminent reveal event, one that could finally reveal when Death Stranding might actually release.
Fortunately for fans, that elusive release date has finally been issued: November 8th, 2019. The date was displayed following an epic showcase prominently featuring the likes of Norman Reedus as well as the rest of the game’s cast, featuring new story cutscenes as well as stealth and vehicles based gameplay. Check it all out below.
The big reveal comes after Death Stranding took over the PlayStation Twitch channel for a number of hours, the mysterious looping stream counting down the debuting footage to come. Though there was no indication of what would eventually be revealed, Kojima hinted at the footage up to a few weeks beforehand. Prior to this, quite a few intriguing tidbits have were shared regarding Death Stranding, teasing a fresh approach to open world, some surprising Spider-Man parallels, as well as the sheer uniquness of the game’s presentation.
Death Stranding will release for PlayStation 4 on November 8th.
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