Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding Gets Disturbing New Trailer at The Game Awards

Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding Gets Disturbing New Trailer at The Game Awards

The trailer again stars actor Norman Reedus, of The Walking Dead fame, whose involvement was first announced back in 2016 when the game was first revealed.

The cinematic trailer gives us another look at Norman Reedus' character in Death Stranding, but this time we get to see other men and an unknown creatures that take them out. Yet, this is Kojima-san, so who knows how many hints and easter eggs are hidden in the video?

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Starring Norman Reedus front and center, we can finally make sense out of the creepy baby dolls shown in previous teasers. Death Stranding is published by Sony, so expect it out on a PlayStation console of some description at some point in the future. Hideo Kojima's upcoming game is just as mysterious now as it has been in years past, and yet every tiny piece of content opens up the world, showing us Kojima's genius in its full glory. There's plenty to dissect and think about, so we can't wait to see the theories that fans come up with concerning the latest video.

For as much as that explains what happened in this new trailer, it does absolutely nothing to explain why any of anything happened.

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