Death Stranding Dev Says 2018 Release More Likely

Death Stranding release date has been intriguing fans for a while now, especially that a series of trailers went out already. Hideo Kojima has presented ever since that a unique game is upcoming, although at this stage, it is still too complex for many to digest. A number of fans, in fact, theorized that the storyline was what Silent Hills was supposed to be.

The Death Stranding developer Hideo Kojima revealed in a previous interview with IGN that the release will immediately follow post full swing development in 2017. The hint came with a silent message, though, that the game will not be released anytime soon. However, knowing Kojima's games, players are positive that the wait will be worth it.

Death Stranding Release Date: Before Tokyo Olympics?

Although Death Stranding's Kojima did not reveal the exact release date, rumors are surfacing that the plan is to launch it before the Akira movie and Tokyo Olympics. These details further implied that an almost 2019 release is possible.

Death Stranding Update:Open-World Gameplay Is More Likely

While the release date is vague until now, gamers can anticipate for more clues to be revealed in the months to come. Although 2019 is more likely, fans can still hope for an earlier 2018 release. Also, Kojima previously stated that the upcoming game is an open-world series.

Death Stranding Decima Engine

The upcoming game will also be making use of a modified Decima engine, just like those in Guerilla Games. The revelation, although a great news, further intrigued fans of its capabilities.

Kojima, in answer, posted images of the in-engine footage. Many fans were quick to comment that amongst the images, their favorite would be that of Mads Mikkelsen. Death Stranding developer also stated that his collaboration with the Guerilla Games is like the space program's evolution. Meanwhile, watch a video of the Kojima Productions' Death Stranding Reveal Trailer - E3 2016 here:


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