What you need to know
- Death Stranding had several more gameplay clips and cinematics revealed to close out Gamescom Opening Night Live.
- The footage shows, among other things: Sam (Norman Reedus) peeing to make a mushroom grow, shaking a baby,
- Death Stranding is currently set to be available on PlayStation 4 on November 8, 2019.
- You can preorder Death Stranding for $60 from Amazon, or $70 for the steelbook version.
Death Stranding just got a fair bit more footage at Gamescom Opening Night Live, which is normal for a game nearing completion. The contents of said footage are anything but normal. For starters, you can take a look at the new footage involving Mama, a mysterious mother whose baby isn't exactly normal.
Another clip shows us Deadman and the research he's performing on the other side, where other things reside. This also introduces the formal title B.B.s, or Bridge Babies. It sounds like babies.
More gameplay showed peeing mechanics. Kojima stated that if many players choose to pee in the same spot, interesting things may happen. That's all. Except, that's not all even remotely all. As the gameplay continued, it revealed that Geoff Keighley, the presenter at Gamescom Opening Night Live and friend of Kojima, is in Death Stranding. Really. You can see the clip below:
Death Stranding is indeed a video game and it is currently scheduled to release on November 8, 2019 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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