Death Stranding: A Tweet by Kojima Suggests the Presence of Photo Mode

Death Stranding: A Tweet by Kojima Suggests the Presence of Photo Mode

The good Hideo Kojima continues to publish mysterious messages on his official Twitter profile and, the last of these could contain an interesting clue about Death Stranding.

The tweet in question contains two images and, one of them shows us the protagonist played by Norman Reedus, Sam, sitting on a lawn while looking towards the camera. The peculiarity of the photo is that it boasts a black and white filter and, given that the second image is that of a Dualshock 4 with the LED lit, it is clear that the shot was captured in the game. It is therefore not to be excluded that even Death Stranding can propose a photographic mode which, just like Horizon Zero Dawn and God of War, allows not only to apply filters but also to make the protagonist assume different poses or expressions. After all, the game uses the Decima Engine, the same engine that drives the exclusive PlayStation 4 by Guerrilla Games.

We remind you that the game will hit the shelves of all stores starting November 8, 2019, exclusively on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro.

While waiting to discover more details on the possible Photo Mode of the game, Kojima has revealed that Death Stranding will be at Comi-Con in San Diego, where it could make some new announcements. The meaning of the videogame by Hideo Kojima was explained.