Emma Stone On Death Stranding Update: Kojima's Latest Tweet Teases More Clues

Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding game already has a cast full of known stars such as Mads Mikkelsen, Norman Reedus and Guillermo del Toro. All of these names had their respective roles to play in the upcoming game. As a result, the game draws in countless rumors regarding the possible involvement of other actors as well.

For instance, there is a popular rumor that links La La Land actress Emma Stone's participation to the game. As a matter of fact, Mads Mikkelsen has reacted to this rumor during the recent Comic Con event in Saudi. Though he did not confirm or deny anything, he said, however, that it was a lovely rumor.

Based on the previous reports from GamingBolt, it was mentioned that Hideo Kojima hints at a new actress signing up to play a significant role in the game. Apparently, there are many clues pointing out to the possibility of that actress being Emma Stone. By connecting all the gathered facts, such as the fact that Kojima is a big fan of Emma Stone, that said revelation suggests that the actress might be involved.

Meanwhile, the retweets of both Mads Mikkelsen and Hideo Kojima on their Official Twitter account indicate that these clues might be true as well. On the other hand, Kojima's recent Twitter activity appears to justify the previous rumors regarding the possibility of Stone's involvement in the game.

Adding Emma Stone to the cast will indeed involve a large budget. However, it seems like Death Stranding is ready for that kind of financial demand. That means it is something that Hideo Kojima can afford. Furthermore, Kojima's aims to improve the female characters on his future games making Stone's addition a great first step. Incidentally, Emma Stone is not new to video games as she made a short appearance in the 2012 action-adventure game Sleeping Dogs.

Death Stranding is expected to arrive next year, which will be released exclusively on PlayStation 4.


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