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Hideo Kojima Reveals Death Stranding Will Be A Very Long Game

Death Stranding
Death Stranding (Credits: Sony)

Death Stranding is a game that is awaiting by the people that owns a PlayStation 4 mainly because of its story that is still a mystery and second is that Hideo Kojima has made it. He has a lot of loyal fans who have supported him and made new with each new game that he has made. The most recent game that he has created is Death Stranding and we didn’t see anything that much about the game until recently.

Death Stranding Will Be A very Long Game

We saw some gameplay and a new promo trailer was also released. Now, we got more information on this game which is that the game will be very long. This news was revealed by Kojima himself during the Comic-Con Russia at which Kojima was present in order to promote his latest game along with Mads Mikkelsen. During an interview with DTF, he talked about some gameplay mechanics as well as shared a vague answer on the length of the game.

This interview was posted in Russia but it was translated by Reddit user Skolpov. The first question was how the game’s world will evolve with the player. He said: “A popular question. It won’t be like that. It is important that the player can go through this adventure himself. The game provides mechanics that resets all actions of other players. Rains wash away everything that was done by other players. Plus, the gameplay is designed so that there is no strong influence from other players.”

Death Stranding Release Date
Hideo Kojima

The second question was asked about how long the game Death Stranding will be, he replied by saying “a lot of time” without giving any number to rely on. This might seem vague but when Kojima says “a lot of time” then I think it will be a very long game because he hasn’t disappointed us with his game and it has worked very hard on Death Stranding. Death Stranding will launch exclusively for the PS4 on November 8, 2020. Moreover, Sony has started to promote the game with a CGI trailer that is also being showcased in cinemas before popular blockbusters.