More Evidence Suggests Death Stranding Will Be Shown at The Game Awards

Hideo Kojima and Guillermo Del Toro will be at The Game Awards this year

Death Stranding Reveal Likely at The Game Awards, Kojima, Reedus, and Del Toro Presenting

Kojima Productions has already released two trailers - one at E3 2016 and another at The Game Awards event previous year, but they are quite confusing and they do not give hints about the story of the game and its gameplay.

Obviously, it has not been announced that The Game Awards 2017 will present an advance of Death Stranding, but many opinions consider that we will probably see some video with gameplay or, in the least of the cases, a new trailer. That something nearly certainly has to be Death Stranding, but whether it's more gameplay, game details, a release date, or hopefully all of the above remains to be seen.

"We are so thrilled to announce our next presenter for Thursday night: Hideo Kojima!" The Geoff Keighley-produced broadcast will feature Hideo Kojima, The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, and Hellboy and Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro as presenters, which makes it all but a lock Kojima's Death Stranding will have a significant presence at the show. He needed it for the digital Avatar (and for blackmail, perhaps) and he then sent me the teaser you all saw.

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Gamespot noted that Kojima and Del Toro were working on a new "Silent Hill" game, which was eventually canceled. That's it - He sent me toys and gifts every few weeks but NO clues. In a recent Q&A, Keighley was slightly ambiguous about what level of games will be joining Death Stranding at the show... There's no release date for it yet, and, in a very Kojima fashion, nobody really knows what it's going to be.

In spite of the limited information about Kojima's first game since exiting Konami, there's already confirmation that it will be an open world game. "You won't want to miss it".

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