In the trailer, we see Norman Reedus' character carrying various objects across various terrains as well as wielding a variety of weapons. The game features some huge Hollywood talent that also includes Guillermo del Toro and Mads Mikkelson.
Following the E3 2018 Sony press conference a PlayStation Blog post written by Hideo Kojima was published, with an in-depth look at the way Death Stranding is coming together. Interestingly, characters other than Reedus are shown carrying out similar explorations, and numerous slides throughout the trailer highlighted cooperation or interaction.
This new trailer for Death Stranding shows off some truly handsome environments, is set to a melancholy indie song, and yes, Norman Reedus gets naked. For now, we just have to be content with this new trailer from E3 2018.
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The trailer opens with a fetus giggling and rolling around, and only gets weirder from there. We also saw an unidentified character carrying packages through a landscape.
Kojima revealed three new pieces of key art for the game, showing the character Sam Bridges, as well as the characters played by Seydoux and Wagner.
The scenes jump from one situation and location to the next which make it hard to put each scene into context. On an artistic level, the trailers are definitely effective in evoking a certain sense of horror, shock, even aversion. We still don't know when the game will release, but we definitely can not wait to see more from Death Stranding, so stay tuned.