Death Stranding Easter Egg Found On 'Horizon: Zero Dawn'

Despite the fact that the game Horizon: Zero Dawn has yet to be officially released to the general public; Game Legends, an Italian game site, had stumbled across an interesting trinket like in Guerilla Game's upcoming action-RPG in the form of an Easter egg that makes a reference to Hideo Kojima's current project known as Death Stranding.

The Skull And Helmet Logo - Same With Hideo Kojima's Creation

As per Game Legend's new found discovery, the nod to Hideo Kojima's game can be found within the description for an amulet that looks exactly the same to new Kojima Productions' creation - skull and helmet logo. Like what was seen from the screen capture, the description of the amulet found within the game Horizon: Zero Dawn was written in Italian, but thanks to the help of Google Translator, fans who can only speak English will be able to get the decent idea as to what the text from the game means.

Interestingly enough, it seems as if the Death Stranding Easter egg was actually an item that can be used within the upcoming Horizon: Zero Dawn game, as a rough translation of the amulet's description, reads as an abandoned Amulet (Very Rare) - This object was valid only for the curious merchants. Six blocks of metal oxidized twisted form one cable. The Horizon: Zero Dawn amulet mentioning of six blocks of metal is the key to making the connection between the Guerilla games' newly made title Death Stranding.  

The Horizon: Zero Dawn Amulet - Six Blocks Of Metal

It directly refers to the silver necklace that was worn by The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus in the latter title's reveal trailer during the E3 2016. Of course, considering the fact how reticent Hideo Kojima has been regarding the divulgence of details of his new title Death Stranding's content, it will surely be noted that the Easter egg offers nothing in the way of any fresh information about the game Death Stranding.

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