Sony Exec Gets To Play Death Stranding; Says He 'Couldn't Explain' It

Death Stranding is without a doubt one the most highly anticipated titles of recent memory. Aside from the fact that the legendary Hideo Kojima is part of it, there has been little to none details about the game. This obviously contributed to the mystery surrounding the forthcoming title.

According to The Telegraph, the very president of Sony Interactive Entertainment America (SIEA) named Shawn Layden has managed to play Death Stranding. From what he can confer, the PlayStation 4-exclusive is shaping to be a huge success in the industry. Unfortunately though, expecting fans were not able to see the beauty of the game at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).

Layden confirmed that the game is already "up and running." This was made possible thanks to Kojima's efforts in bringing the titular Decime Engine from Guerilla. For him, there are no words to explain what the game feels like. "I couldn't explain to you what the game is," he said. This is definitely a positive note for the mysterious title.

PlayStation Universe notes that the Sony executive himself confirmed about Death Stranding being a revolutionary game in the making. That so far, the game has lived up to the promises the developers made during its first revelation. As far as the other details of the game are concerned, nothing can be ferreted out. Kojima definitely wants to wrap the game in mystery, as noted by Metal Gear Informer.

Death Stranding was first revealed back at last year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Kojima himself was the one who introduced the game to the audience. He then unveiled the game's first trailer, which featured titular director Guillermo del Toro and actors Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen. The latter, in particular, will reportedly play the antagonist of the forthcoming title. The gameplay has also remained vague, with no trailers or footage showcasing what it is all about.

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