After years of being targeted completely on the Metallic Gear Strong collection, director Hideo Kojima has lastly managed to create one thing brand-new — and it’s as unusual and expansive as something he’s ever accomplished. Dying Stranding, which is out there on the PS4 with a PC model coming later in 2020, is ready in a post-apocalyptic future the place a supply man named Sam should reconnect America by traversing the nation on foot. There are crying pod-babies, terrifying ghosts, and all types of inscrutable particulars. The sport additionally options an all-star forged, together with Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Léa Seydoux, and Margaret Qualley, alongside shock appearances from individuals like Conan O’Brien. The result’s a recreation that may be uninteresting and uncomfortable but additionally not like anything on the market. Sustain with the entire newest developments proper right here.
Hideo Kojima made a shock look at Sony’s E3 press convention tonight to unveil a spooky new recreation known as Dying Stranding, his first since leaving Konami and turning Kojima Productions into an unbiased developer. (It is also his first recreation since Metallic Gear Strong V: The Phantom Ache.)
Kojima performed a trailer for the sport with footage that was completely operating in actual time, and it was about as creepy and mysterious as you possibly can think about. A unadorned man (performed by The Strolling Useless‘s Norman Reedus) held a child to his chest on a abandoned seaside earlier than the child turned invisible and was oil, and the person regarded up at 5 figures hanging within the sky earlier than the trailer ended.
It is unclear how Dying Stranding is linked to the canceled Silent Hill undertaking Kojima and Reedus had been engaged on with Guillermo del Toro — or the famously unsettling demo P.T. — however it looks like the pair may’ve salvaged their idea to be used in a brand new recreation. Kojima did not say something after revealing a title card for the sport, so we might be hanging at nighttime for some time. Let’s hope we study extra sooner moderately than later.