Death Stranding Is Not Like Kill Everybody And Win The Game – Norman Reedus

Norman Reedus the lead protagonist of Death Stranding shared some info about this highly anticipated action video game. He was talking at B&H Photography Podcast. You can listen to the full podcast on the source link below. He mentioned the concept of Death Stranding is mind-blowing, and it is not like just killing and winning the game. The game is more about connecting thing. It is ahead of time and it includes elements of Social Media in it. Death Stranding is super interesting. Along with Actor Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelson portray lead characters in the game video we had seen recently.

Death Stranding

This is what Norman Reedus said in the podcast:

“The concept is so mind-blowing because it’s not like ‘Kill everybody and win the game!’ It’s a connecting thing. It’s like the opposite. It’s so ahead of its time, and there’re elements of social media in it, and the idea is that… So many games and so many parts of millennial culture are being alone in a room, and you lose contact – physical contact – with people. This is after that and the re-establishing of that physical contact. It’s super, super interesting.”

The short update by Norman Reedus does not tell us much but it makes the game very interesting. Death Stranding has both physical and emotional connection to the core content, according to Hideo Kojima. There are a lot of speculations about the game content. The video we had seen recently gives us a short glimpse of what we will be seeing in it. The release date for this game is also assumed will be somewhere around this year. But It is just an assumption, Kojima hinted the release is still far away.

2018 announcement is going to surprise more in 2018, during an interview Kojima said, the development of the game is going well, and also agreed the game developer is on a fast pace. Kojima has also mentioned recently the experimental phase has been over and Death Stranding is ready to enter next step.

Source: B&H Photography Podcast