Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Sony E3 2018: Death Stranding Gameplay Reveal

Sony E3 2018: Death Stranding Gameplay Reveal

Hideo Kojima's first major project since his departure from Konami has been teased with freakish cinematic trailers for over a year, but now players can finally have a look at what Death Stranding really has in store for them.

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Despite giving us a ton of gameplay footage, there is still the matter of the story, which the trailer doesn't really delve into at all. Bridges explores and survives the beautifully imagined environments of an alien planet with rain, rivers, and jungle-like sets. Linday Wagner and Lea Seydoux play two as yet unnamed characters in the game. The device seems to be hooked up to the baby that he is delivering to somewhere. We're going to be providing live coverage of every major PC-relevant conference, plus previews of all the biggest games straight from the show floor, including hands-on impressions and interviews with the developers who made them. "Two goddesses, Lindsay Wagner and Léa Seydoux", Kojima wrote. You just have to watch it for yourself, words barely do it justice. A typical hero is usually some sort of elite or someone with a military background. Sam refers to himself as a delivery man in the trailer, too. Someone with a skillset akin to a blue-collar worker. "Herein lies our challenge, to create both a new form of gameplay and a hero that has never been done before". Death Stranding does not have a release date and will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4. Very awesome work by the team.

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