Death Stranding: First-Person View Available, Details on Genre and Characters

Death Stranding for PS4: Hideo Kojima Reveals Details About Dubbing and Subtitles

The mystery that surrounds Death Stranding is partially unraveling as the publication date approaches, with new details on the production shared by Hideo Kojima.

The founder of Kojima Productions recently unveiled various information on the context in which we will act as Sam Portere Bridges. On the occasion of Gamescom, new trailers for presenting the characters and a brief gameplay session were shown. A further video was also broadcast at the Cologne Fair, which was not yet officially shared with the general public and which Alessandro Bruni told you about in his special on the Death Stranding Trailer Briefing.

Through Twitter, Hideo Kojima now offers some further considerations. It starts first of all from a clarification on what will be the kind of belonging of Death Stranding. In the past, the author had already described it as a “Strand Game”, but now returns to the subject to reiterate his vision: ” Death Stranding is different from a stealth game. You can enjoy a First Person View but not is an FPS. It is a completely new genre that adapts the concept of ‘strand’ and we call it Action Game, Strand Game (Social Strand System) “. In an immediately following Tweet Kojima recognizes that the name of a ” new genus“It should not be up to its creator, but to come later,” but forgive me, I simply like to give it a name. “Creating a parallel with Metal Gear, he remembers how he called it a” Tactical Espionage Action “, then passed to the annals as” Stealth “.

A third Tweet finally confirms the framework within which some of the characters deepened up to here will act. The organization BRIDGES, as can be guessed from the name, was created to” reconnect the fragmented society “. Mama, Heartman and Deadman are the members of that committee that will support Sam during their journey. our BB, together with the protagonist, ” forcibly undertakes a journey from the East to the West “. All of them, the author reminds us, carry the weight of sad pasts on their shoulders.