E3 2018: New Death Stranding Trailer Features More Hollywood Names

E3 2018: New Death Stranding Trailer Features More Hollywood Names

E3 2018: New Death Stranding Trailer Features More Hollywood Names

It'll also feature actor Mads Mikkelsen and Guillermo del Toro in special roles, though we haven't heard much about what objective their characters will serve just yet. Hideo Kojima, the creative director, has been incredibly cryptic about the game.

Death Stranding is exclusive to PlayStation 4. "I wasn't motivated by marketing or sales, but simply driven by my creative inspiration".

Without a doubt the biggest mystery surrounding Death Stranding was how the game would play. Well worth thumbing through.

The new Death Stranding trailer picks right back up where it left off with Norman Reedus's fetus, but I still have so many questions. There were no follow up interviews or developer moments, just the trailer seen above. Share our excitement? let us know in the comments!

Death Stranding is an action game that takes place in an interactive open world environment. We still don't have any sort of release date either, so we are probably looking at late 2019 for this game at the earliest. However, we did get a name for Reedus's character - Sam Bridges. The device seems to be hooked up to the baby that he is delivering to somewhere. Beyond the very terrestrial landscape, there is a "town", which Seydoux's character eludes to walking into before she bids Sam farewell.

Several video game companies have already had their time at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2018 this week.

E3 2018 has seen the unveiling and additional information released about a number of notable upcoming games.

With his offering at E3 this year, Hideo Kojima has yet again given fans much to look forward to.

Players, however, apparently could not get enough of Death Stranding, even if they do not understand what is going on.

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