Death Stranding: Director’s Cut Final Trailer; Recorded and Edited by Hideo Kojima

Death Stranding: Director’s Cut Final Trailer

Kojima Productions have shared the final trailer for Death Stranding: Director’s Cut; recorded and edited by Hideo Kojima.

As previously reported, the devastating Death Stranding breaks down the barriers between life and death; causing invisible creatures called the Beached Things to roam across the US. Causing devastating explosions called voidouts, and summoning a rain that rapidly ages whatever it touches, the nation quickly fell to ruin.

Now Sam Bridges acts as a porter, transporting supplies to what few fractured and divided US cities and survivors remain. However, some humans have gained the ability to control BTs, and the terrible powers that come with it. Can Sam help reunite the nation, or even survive?

The Director’s Cut features new ways to travel the land, transport supplies, enemies, combat abilities, weapons, and mini-games. Players can test out their weapons on the firing range, re-fight old bosses, and enjoy new missions. One of these missions seems to take a few inspirations from Metal Gear Solid.

This final trailer was recorded and edited by Director and Producer Hideo Kojima. Not only does it highlight the game running in 4K, but also in wide mode. A sound environment is also recommended, and features Goliath by Woodkid.

You can find the final trailer below.

Death Stranding: Director’s Cut launches September 24th on PlayStation 5.



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