Kojima Productions have closed the 2018 Tokyo Game Show; revealing a new trailer for their upcoming Sony exclusive, Death Stranding. They also released information regarding the cast to the huge audience.
The trailer, which lasts just over 1 minute, shows Troy Baker portraying a mysterious antagonist who wears a gold mask. The character then proceeds to use the mask to summon a giant beast, suggesting either the mask or himself have the ability to manipulate the oily substance found on the game’s planet.
Kojima Productions also revealed Tommie Earl Jenkins has been cast a role in the game, showing off some new concept art for the cast so far. Artwork for Baker, Jenkins, Guillermo Del Toro, Lyndsay Wagner, and Lea Seydoux was shown.
2nd batch of Death Stranding character art pic.twitter.com/zHQNKMKg3F
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Death Stranding is an upcoming video game by Kojima Productions for the PlayStation 4. This is the first game from developer Hideo Kojima after he left Konami in 2015, Death Stranding debuted at E3 2016 with a trailer featuring Norman Reedus.
Kojima; best known for the Metal Gear Solid franchise, stated in an article with the PlayStation Blog that Death Stranding will run on a modified version of the Decima Engine. The Decima Engine is the same engine used by Guerilla Games in Horizon: Zero Dawn.
Kojima described the concept for Death Stranding in an interview with IGN back in June 2016. He described the concept as “sticks and ropes”; where the sticks are equivalent to more tradition interactions in video games, such as shooting, and the ropes are connections between the players.
Gameplay for Death Stranding was revealed at E3 2018, where Kojima stated on the PlayStation blog; “The first half and the last sequence, in particular, are most representative of the actual gameplay.”.
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