Death Stranding PS4 launch trailer is out now
Death Stranding is an upcoming action game developed by Kojima Productions. The game is published by Sony Entertainment for PS4 and by 505 games for PC. The game is developed, directed and produced by popular director Hideo Kojima.
The game features popular actors like Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Léa Seydoux, Margaret Qualley, Tommie Earl Jenkins, Troy Baker, & Lindsay Wagner. The actors have helped in the motion capture, 3D scannings & vocal performance. Film directors Guillermo del Toro & Nicolas Winding Refn are also featured in the game.
The game was first announced at E3 2016 and is set for release on November 8, 2019 for PS4. The PC version will release in summer of 2020.
The game has been in development for many years and now after a lot of teases and trailers we have good news for PC gamers as well. Kojima Productions recently revealed that they will also be bringing out the PC version of the game with the help of 505 games.
Trailer was teased yesterday when the game’s twitch channel went live. The channel played some soothing music before the trailer release. You can watch the trailer here –
Kojima Productions has released the launch trailer for the PS4 version. The trailer is whooping 8 minutes and will not make sense to you if you haven’t paid attention up until now. But in short, America needs to be rebuilt and the only man who can do it is Sam Bridges, well with the help of a baby we think. Plus Sam also needs to save the President as well.
Well, even we could not make sense of anything up until now. But we are pretty sure that the game’s narrative will keep us entertained when the game is released. The game is set to release on PC next year in summer. There is no fixed date for the PC release but Kojima Productions has officially announced the PC version.
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