Death Stranding gets a new trailer called The Drop that shows a world of danger
What you need to know
- Death Stranding has finished development and is almost ready to release.
- Ahead of the game's release, there's a new promotional trailer called The Drop.
- This cinematic trailer shows Sam Bridges in a world of threats, both from humans and the Other Side.
- Death Stranding is set to release on November 8 and you can preorder it for $60 on Amazon (opens in new tab).
Death Stranding is well on its way to being in players' hands but that doesn't mean Hideo Kojima is done making new trailers. A new cinematic promotional trailer called The Drop has been released, showing the world of threats that protagonist Sam Porter Bridges is facing as he struggles across the country to reuinite and reconnect America. You can take a look at the new trailer below:
At the last PlayStation State of Play stream, a special edition Death Stranding PlayStation 4 Pro console was unveiled. The console is white, with black handprints and a translucent yellow controller that matches the BB baby pod. You can take a look at the console here.
For more information on Death Stranding, you can check out some of the many trailers that were recently released, such as the Tokyo Game Show 2019 Briefing trailer and some trailers released for Gamescom Opening Night Live. Death Stranding is set to be available on November 8, 2019 exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
Embrace the other side
The Stranding is here
Death Stranding is the next major game from Hideo Kojima of Metal Gear Solid fame. As Sam, you must survive a post-Stranding world filled with Beached Things and attempt to reach out, connect and rebuild.
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