The great Hideo Kojima and the actor Norman Reedus have been present at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, and during his speech, the author of the Metal Gear has spoken about some of the aspects that define his longed for Death Stranding , which ensures will bring “something new” & quot; to open-world action games.
Although the Japanese creative has not shown new Death Stranding material, “maybe in a month or so” & quot; You have come to say, Kojima does provide interesting details such as the protagonist of the action will have “lots of toys” or gadgets that will help you overcome the challenges you encounter on your way The author of Policenauts has once again insisted on the idea of & quot; connection & quot; between players, because this is one of the themes that deals with the Death Stranding action.
True to his enigmatic style, Kojima emphasizes that players will try “reconnect” & quot; the world and other players in spite of the moments of solitude that will live during the exploration of the devastated world of Death Stranding These words invite you to think about its mysterious multiplayer component, and some game mechanics that deepens the need to collaborate with other users in pursuit of a common goal, even indirectly.
About history Kojima suggests that there will be elections on the part of the player, and that the argument will be strong enough to emotion ally involve the fans. The creative wants the fans to “play and enjoy the story,” but he’s also interested in somehow, while playing Death Stranding, “they look at the real world and see how different or similar they are.” / p>
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Right now at #Tribeca2019, the master @Kojima_Hideo and actor Norman Reedus (@WWWBigBaldHead) are chatting about DEATH STRANDING with @GeoffKeighley. You have @RealGDT to thank for the collaboration; the auteur introduced the artists, making possible this highly-anticipated game. pic.twitter.com/sq77RHclZG
— Tribeca (@Tribeca) April 25, 2019