Death Stranding's New Trailer is Beautifully Bizarre

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Mads Mikkelsen and Norman Reedus must be having a hell of time trying to figure out just what the heck is going on.

There's no doubt that many are still digesting The Game Awards 2017's reveal of a rather meaty full-length trailer for the enigmatic forthcoming game Death Stranding.

Featuring a digital version of The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus, the trailer follows a group of people after their transport vehicle crashes.

Asked how Death Stranding is coming together, Kojima said that what was shown in the trailer was "all working in real-time on PlayStation 4 Pro".

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Death Stranding is a Sony-published game, and I have to confess, when it was announced I wasn't sure whether it was set for PS4 or the inevitable PS5.

While no one really knows what's going on here, and it's assumed we're still at least a year or two away from getting this game, believe it or not you can actually pre-order it now.

For as much as that explains what happened in this new trailer, it does absolutely nothing to explain why any of anything happened. Hideo Kojima was invited onstage at the PSX keynote this evening after we all sat through ten more minutes of oil, babies, and Norman Reedus so he could answer questions about his social life.

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