Published: Fri, December 08, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

A Long Look At Death Stranding, Which Is Still Weird As Hell

A Long Look At Death Stranding, Which Is Still Weird As Hell

There's more Norman Reedus, more Norman Foetus, and those unusual black figures from the game's debut trailer over a year ago. Metal Gear Solid director Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro were at The Game Awards tonight to provide another look at his new PS4 collaboration starring Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen, further confirming that. well, not really confirming anything at all about the game itself.

The trailer once again features Reedus, as well as another baby (or perhaps the same baby!), terrifying giant ghostly beings, and much more to hurt your brain and leave you dumbfounded yet unbearably excited for whatever the shit this game is going to end up being.

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It's impossible to get a sense of what kind of game Death Stranding is from this latest video, which is a cut scene in classic Kojima style, but there's a definite horror vibe. But it's still incredible ridiculous and out of this world, to the point of still not knowing just how the hell this is actually going to be a game. The plot will deal with the connection between life and death, and that it will be action-oriented. However, give Kojima's predilection for misdirection, I wouldn't take any fact as a certainty right now. While the trailer goes on to get more freaky from there, one of the most notable moments is our first look at the enemies of the game. While we were hoping for some answers, audiences were only left with more questions.

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