A brand new Loss of life Stranding trailer is probably going set to be launched quickly…we simply do not know fairly when.
Hideo Kojima posted yet one more picture on his Twitter account of twin screens, with one display displaying the Loss of life Stranding brand and the opposite with some video modifying software program.
However in contrast to the picture we noticed simply two weeks in the past, this one consists of Kojima himself sporting sun shades together with his again towards each screens. With God of Conflict figures prominently displayed within the background and an emoji-filled caption, this Tweet is a distinctly extra playful tease than what we have seen earlier than.
Although, it nonetheless does not inform us something about what to anticipate from the trailer nor once we will truly see it.
Earlier this 12 months, Kojima confirmed off the primary two hours of Loss of life Stranding gameplay, however that particularly was to the builders at Horizon: Zero Daybreak studio, Guerrilla Video games. So we all know he has lots to point out of the long-anticipated mission, however once we’ll truly see it’s nonetheless up within the air.
E3 2019 is developing however with no Sony PlayStation convention, That will imply Loss of life Stranding has nowhere to take the stage on the conference itself. For now, we’ve got the previous sequence of cinematic teases, in addition to the primary gameplay proven in final 12 months’s E3 Loss of life Stranding trailer. As for Loss of life Stranding’s future, along with this inevitable trailer, the newest stories mentioning the sport point out that Loss of life Stranding remains to be set for PS4 launch, and whether or not it can even be a PS5 sport as effectively is at the moment unclear.
Hopefully, this new trailer will give us a extra concrete concept of what to anticipate when it comes to gameplay, however keep tuned to IGN for the newest about Loss of life Stranding
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