Death Stranding Gets New Gameplay Trailer, File Size And Title Screen Revealed

Death Stranding Gets New Gameplay Trailer, File Size And Title Screen Revealed
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Death Starnding is now a little under one month away from being released, so Kojima and Sony are starting to roll out more details about their upcoming exclusive title.

On Friday, PlayStation Japan released a new gameplay trailer for Hideo Kojima’s next project, which likely means that an English trailer will be released soon. In the trailer, we see a compilation of some previously seen footage, and it also featured a few quick cuts of gameplay, including combat and crafting options.

If you haven’t already checked out the trailer, you can take a look at it below.

On Wednesday, a Reddit user named OPG609 revealed the file size for Death Stranding, and it’s smaller than most would expect, as it’ll only require 48 GB of free space to install, which is a little bit less than the previously reported 55 GB file size.

Also on Wednesday, another Reddit user named Noctis2488 revealed the title screen for Death Stranding, which you can take a look at below.

Death Stranding’s writer and creator Hideo Kojima recently attended the 2019 Cologne Film Festival, where he was asked about the possibility of the game getting sequels in the future, and while he didn’t say if there will be a sequel in the future, he did say that he wants to make more games in the Strand genre.

“Well, not the world, but I want to relay the new game feeling to the user,” said Kojima. “Previously it was the Stealth Genre (Metal Gear Franchise), but this time I just kind of call it the Strand genre. And if I want to establish a real genre, I feel that I need to create more games to create the genre a genre.”

Other than giving players the ability to connect with other players, there’s not a ton of information about the aforementioned Strand genre. Of course, if Death Stranding is successful, then it’s safe to assume that the game will get a sequel down the line.

Death Stranding will be Hideo Kojima’s first release since leaving Konami after the release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain back in September of 2015, and upon release, the game felt unfinished.

Upon release, the game will feature a multiplayer mode, but it’ll be a non-traditional one. Also, the game’s multiplayer won’t require an active PlayStation Plus subscription.

Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding is currently scheduled to be released on the PlayStation 4 on November 8.