Hideo Kojima's "Death Stranding" gets a new trailer at The Game Awards

It was two years ago that Hideo Kojima was barred from attending The Game Awards by Konami. After a bitter public split between the two, he would eventually resurface, with a new studio created in partnership with Sony and would quickly begin work on a PlayStation exclusive title called Death Stranding.

It was during E3 2016 that we would get a glimpse at his first project since leaving Konami, and the reactions were a bit mixed. The game's trailer would leave many questions and there would be very little follow-up information over the course of the year. Now, during The Game Awards in 2017, Kojima has once again teased the game with another surreal trailer.

At this point, there isn't a solid release date, but the concept of the story certainly looks interesting and entertaining. If anything, most will probably be following the game's lead actor Norman Reedus by heading to the internet and trying to decipher what one just saw in the trailer.

Source: GameSpot

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