Death Stranding News: Mads Mikkelsen To Appear In Next Developer Update

Mads Mikkelsen may have starred in numerous films, but he didn't go noticed by a majority of the audience until he starred in NBC's "Hannibal" and movies like "Doctor Strange" and "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story." Mikkelsen is currently attached to work on Death Stranding, the first independent game from Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima, and Kojima Productions has just teased an appearance from Mikkelsen in his next game update.

Mikkelsen On HideoTube

Kojima Productions just posted a picture of Mikkelsen in a panel along with Kojima on Twitter, and the caption reads, "Get ready for a new #hideotube coming early february. As you can see, we had a very special guest this time... ARE YOU READY??" Hopefully Mikkelsen will be shedding some light on his character that was introduced in the second trailer for Death Stranding.

Gaming Bolt points out that the channel, HideoTube, has not really been active for a while, but with all the news coming out about Death Stranding, it may be high time for the company to give another developer update on the show.

Mikkelsen And Death Stranding

As of now, fans are aware that Mikkelsen will be playing the main antagonist of Death Stranding, opposite of Norman Reedus ("The Walking Dead") who will be playing the main playable character. "Hellboy" director Guillermo del Toro is also playing a character in the game, and just recently, it was confirmed that he had no help with the creative process of Death Stranding and will be entirely Hideo Kojima's game.

So far, fans of Kojima have no idea about what Death Stranding will bring to the table. The story and gameplay are still quite the mystery, but people have faith in Kojima, and seeing his track record, Death Stranding is sure to be a blast, especially now that Konami is out of the picture and Kojima is free to make the game any way that he wants.

No official release date has been announced for Death Stranding.

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