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Emma Stone On Death Stranding Rumor Continues; Kojima Drops Another Hint

By Sarene Mae Butao , Mar 27, 2017 05:48 AM EDT
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Emma Stone's inclusion on Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding remains a possibility as the game designer teases yet another new clue that points directly to the rumors. With these hints, Kojima could just go ahead and confirm these reports. However, it appears that the designer did not mind stopping the issue; in fact, he rather enjoys dropping hints to the fans.

The previous report from Gamingbolt suggests the possible involvement of La La Land actress to Kojima's upcoming game title. Just recently, Kojima reveals another hint supporting the claim via his latest tweet. The legendary game designer's tweet features a disc of Emma Stone musical La La Land beside his future game Death Stranding. The two are put on the top of the table together. However, it is still possible that the aim of Kojima's tweet is just to poke fun of his fans.

On a positive note, this latest tweet from the game designer could mean something. As previously reported, Kojima is a big fan of Emma Stone and would love to feature the Academy Award-winning actress to his upcoming game. Stone, on the other hand, is not a newcomer on video games where she made a brief cameo appearance in the 2012 action-adventure game Sleeping Dogs.

Whether Emma Stone is included on the roster or not, Death Stranding itself already had a cast full of stars. The game features Mads Mikkelsen, Norman Reedus and Guillermo del Toro playing their respective roles in the game. As of now, players are highly recommended to wait for the final details about the upcoming game. Gaming enthusiasts expect that the details would arrive in the following months throughout the year. In addition, it might slowly give a clearer view on Emma Stone's involvement in Death Stranding.

Death Stranding is expected to be released in 2018 exclusively for PlayStation 4.

 

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