Death Stranding 2 officially announced at The Game Awards with its first trailer (enigmatic, of course)


After Normal Reedus got a bit out of his mouth a few months ago, Kojima Productions has confirmed Death Stranding 2 at an official level with a new trailer shown during The Game Awards 2022 gala.

The trailer, which you can see below, focuses on the character of Fragile, played by Léa Seydoux in the first Death Stranding, although we also see the presence of Norman Reedus playing an older Sam Bridges than the original. Death Stranding 2 also features a bunch of babies, Lou’s presence, tentacles, and more surprises that are obviously still a mystery.

After the presentation of the trailer, Hideo Kojima took the stage to talk a little more about Death Stranding 2, including how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the game’s script, which was completely rewritten. “After experiencing the pandemic, I rewrote everything from scratch,” Kojima said onstage. He also had time to joke, since he said that rewriting has also helped him stop predicting the future.

No release date or platforms have been revealed for Death Stranding 2, and the only clue we have is that the trailer includes the message that it’s playing on a PS5.

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