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Watch nearly an hour of new Death Stranding footage

The Verge Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Watch nearly an hour of new Death Stranding footageTokyo Game Show just kicked off, and it started with a bang, with Hideo Kojima showing off a huge amount of footage from his upcoming game Death Stranding. First, there was yet another story trailer, this one titled “Briefing,” which provided a bit more insight on the game’s post-apocalyptic world, in which Norman Reedus’ character Sam is tasked with reconnecting humanity and rebuilding America. It’s basically one long cutscene set inside of the Oval Office, and while I can’t say I understand the story any better, it’s at least an interesting watch.

More exciting, though, was a live gameplay demonstration that showed off around 50 minutes of Death Stranding in action. It’s all in Japanese, unfortunately, but you can watch the entire...
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