Death Stranding’s Norman Reedus Open To Being In More Games
The highly anticipated Death Stranding is slated to release in just a few days, poised to finally put an end to at least some of the mysteries surrounding the first title from Kojima Productions. The face of the game, Norman Reedus, has been on the receiving end of plenty of weird questions thanks to his role as the protagonist for Death Stranding, though he has always taken it in stride. Reedus was recently asked if he would be interested in appearing in more games in the future.
“Yeah, it’s fascinating,” Reedus said to The Hollywood Reporter when asked if he’d do more games. “As part of a story, you’re in this large story. It’s completely different than the games I grew up with. It’s completely immersive and requires all of your attention and patience. I asked [Kojima] once, this is so realistic, do you think there’s going to be a day where you don’t need actors anymore?”
He [Kojima] goes, no. You could never do that. You need the soul. You need a real human to have real human emotions. And I was like, thank God, because I wouldn’t have a job if not.”
Many A-list actors have been jumping onboard with the video game train nowadays, and it’ll be interesting to see what other kinds of projects Norman Reedus would be down for in the future. In the meantime, Death Stranding is slated to release for PlayStation 4 on November 8, 2019. The recently confirmed PC version is slated to launch in 2020.
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