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Wild New Death Stranding Trailer Revealed At The Game Awards 2017

08 December 2017, 08:47 | Joann Bryant

Death Stranding gets even more bizarre with its Game Awards trailer

Kojima Reveals A Long Strange Trailer for Death Stranding

As you can expect, the video was on the unusual side.

Hideo Kojima took to the stage at The Game Awards to reveal a new trailer for Death Stranding and it's. well, I'm not sure what it is.

Norman Reedus is the main character and Mads Mikkelsen is also starring in the game.

What starts out as a relatively tame - by Kojima standards - wreck quickly goes all sorts of freaky as enormous handprints appear across the muddy ground, signs of an invisible enemy hunting the duo.




While no one really knows what's going on here, and it's assumed we're still at least a year or two away from getting this game, believe it or not you can actually pre-order it now. The haunting trailer goes on to tease Sam and the team's enemies: several odd, alien lifeforms only barely visible in the footage.

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

As you can tell from the tweet above, it seems like Kojima is simply advertising a potential product, the "thing" that Norman Reedus is seen wearing around his neck in the various Death Stranding videos.



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