E3 2018: Watch the wild new Death Stranding trailer

E3 2018 New Death Stranding Trailer Features More Hollywood Names

E3 2018 New Death Stranding Trailer Features More Hollywood Names

Death Stranding now has two more acclaimed names to add to its star-studded lineup with actresses Lindsay Wagner and Léa Seydoux joining the game's cast. The game features some huge Hollywood talent that also includes Guillermo del Toro and Mads Mikkelson.

When Hideo Kojima left Konami and established his own indie studio, it was perhaps expected he would carry on the legacy of his Metal Gear series, especially with the studio's logo. For those who've been following the development of Death Stranding, you know that's saying a lot. "I wasn't motivated by marketing or sales, but simply driven by my creative inspiration". Well worth thumbing through.

In the trailer Sam tells Seydoux's character that his job is to "make deliveries", but for the most part, he is seen swimming across rivers, climbing mountains, and walking through devastated buildings.

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The brainchild of the eccentric Hideo Kojima, Death Stranding was originally announced during E3 2016 with a debut trailer starring Norman Reedus as the game's protagonist, named Sam. What is the mystery of the Death Stranding?

Prior to this year's E3, we were already privy to some of the characters and design of the game. Even the description is slightly confusing, because we're not sure what genre this is defining.

We then cut to Norman Reedus' character with another female character as they try to stay quiet and evade an invisible creature.

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Bridges carries a huge life back that holds a tiny baby that seems to be something you use as a save point in case you age, or die.

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