Death Stranding

Death Stranding: Watch Hideo Kojima and Norman Reedus Discuss Their Collaboration on the Game

Hideo Kojima and Norman Reedus appeared on stage at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York to talk about Death Stranding, and now you can watch part of their talk.

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The videos were posted on Twitter by Geoff Keighley, who hosted the event, providing a look at the extensive talk that unfortunately wasn’t livestreamed.

Luckily, we did get most of the information from attendee reports, including the tease of a reveal “Maybe in a month or so” which Kojima-san appears to be following through by preparing a new trailer.

In the meanwhile, we can finally see Kojima-san and Reedus discuss the way their work together is an “honest” collaborative process in which they bounce ideas off each other, and an explanation on why the veteran developer goes as far as including the actor’s tattoos into the game.

If you want to know more about Death Stranding, Kojima-san is currently assembling its parts and testing the gameplay on PS4. He also made a few comments on the state of development a few weeks ago.

You can read some semi-recent impressions by Head of Marketing and Communications Aki Saito (who is the one translating in the clips above) and Reedus himself, and more by Guerrilla Games Managing Director Hermen Hulst.

For now, we know that Death Stranding is coming to PS4, and recently Kojima-san himself possibly teased a 2019 release. That being said, it was a rather vague tease and it could have meant something else.


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