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Death Stranding Introduces Mama, Deadman, BB, and Gameplay With Gorgeous New Trailers

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Death Stranding Introduces Mama, Deadman, BB, and Gameplay With Gorgeous New Trailers

During the new Gamescom Opening Night Live livestream, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions presented a new reveal of Death Stranding.

During the new Gamescom Opening Night Live livestream, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions presented a new reveal of Death Stranding.

We get to see more of the game’s cast including Mama, played by Margaret Qualley. To be more precise, we get to see her introduction scene.

Her baby was born on “other side” but they’re still connected by the umbilical cord. Due to that, she can’t move from her location.

A second trailer introduces Deadman who carries the likeness of Guillermo del Toro and Bidge Baby (also known as BB).

Lastly, we heard that more gameplay will be revealed at Tokyo Game Show, but some has been showcased today in a third video. There is even a cameo starring Geoff Keighley.

One thing is for sure. Death Stranding looks awesome. 

You don’t need to take my word for it. You can watch it all below courtesy of YouTube users MKIceAndFire, GamersPrey, and XCageGame.

Kojima-san mentioned that Death Stranding is in the final crunch stage of gedevelopment. 

We also hear that the gameplay is about connecting the United States from west to east, fighting against obstacles like terrorists or BTs. 

Along the path we’ll meet “preppers” that we can befriend to gain an advantage. 

Interestingly, the motion control of the DualShock 4 is used to calm down BB, but if you shake it too much, he’ll get angry.

If you want to know more about Death Stranding, you can take a look at the latest English trailer, the previous one, and its Japanese version with additional footage and a different song.

You can also take a look at another recent gallery of beautiful images, and a second one, more showing the first images in color,  another showing how you’re prompted to rest and sleep in the game, one focusing on diverse environments, one showcasing beautiful water and more, and the latest featuring snow and clouds.

Recently, we also saw the official box art for the first time and there isn’t much to wait for another reveal, which will happen just before Gamescom.

Death Stranding will release exclusively for PS4 on November 8, 2019.

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