Sony officially released the long-awaited launch trailer for Kojima Production’s Death Stranding.
We are not that far away from Death Stranding’s release date and the hype train for Hideo Kojima’s newest game is at its crowded moments so Kojima Productions and Sony Interactive Entertainment released Death Stranding’s launch trailer to give fans something to be more hyped about until the launch of the game on November 8th.
Before the launch trailer’s release, there was a live twitch stream that played several amazing tracks from the Death Stranding OST and built the hype for the trailer even more than what it was. These tracks include Silent Poets feat. Leila Adu’s Asylums for the Feeling, Easy Way Out and Give Me an Answer by Low Roar, Apocalyptica’s Path and a few more. After all these beautiful songs we get to see the Death Stranding’s launch trailer which was edited by Hideo Kojima himself, The trailer showed a plethora of new footage alongside with a lot of brand new scenes from the major parts of the game’s story.
According to Hideo Kojima, his main goal with the editing of this trailer was to help allow people to understand Death Stranding better and if you consider the months of confusion that was created by the game’s other trailers, seeing a more easy-to-understand trailer is like a breath of fresh air. However, this does not mean that the launch trailer doesn’t have its own unique weird moments, cause it has a ton of them and also gives fans a cinematic look at the stunning landscapes and desolate areas of the world of Death Stranding. Norman Reedus’ character ‘Sam’ prepares for a journey that takes him to places that he never imagined. You can watch the launch trailer of Death Stranding for yourself below.
Alongside with this launch trailer, the Death Stranding World Tour starts and the first station of the game’s world tour is in France, Paris at the Paris Games Week that starts today from October 30 until November 3. Paris isn’t the only city that Death Stranding team visits and the game will also come to various locations across the world such as London, New York, Berlin, San Franciso, and Tokyo.
However, at the moment we still don’t know whether or not the World Tour is going to reveal more of the game’s story and gameplay but there is a good chance that since we grow nearer to launch day more information and details are going to be revealed. In addition to the Death Stranding World Tour, the Death Stranding review embargo will also lift on November 1, and we can look forward to seeing reviewers’ opinions on Kojima’s latest game.
Death Stranding will be available for Play Station 4 on November 8 and according to Kojima Productions, the game will also launch on PC next year Summer 2020 ( you can read more about that here.)
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Source: Dual Shockers