Death Stranding is one of the most anticipated upcoming video games of the year, being produced by Kojima Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PS4. The game was first announced at 2016’s E3.
PlayStation hosted a Twitch live stream entitled “DEATH STRANDING: Tomorrow Is In Your Hands.” If you entered the live stream, all you could see was footage covered in the trademark hand prints that hid the gameplay reveal which was being played on a loop. The more viewers joined the stream, the number of handprints would rise, hopefully uncovering the details about the game.
Besides the weird hand prints, there was also creepy audio that went with it. Games Radar discovered a female voice saying “It’s what we need right now; not to stand apart but to come together”. Many believe this is a major clue on the gameplay.
Death Stranding Twitch Live Stream Revealed More Details
Before the start of the live stream, Hideo Kojima posted a few teasers on his Twitter account, along with several images accompanied by the description “Tomorrow is in your hands.”
Death Stranding will not be fully revealed at this year’s E3, but fans are still extremely excited to find out more details about it at the event. Yesterday, the release date of Death Stranding was leaked on a Twitter post, revealing it will be released later this year, on November 8th, 2019.
Even though the PlayStation account was quick to remove the post, many people had already seen it. However, it was later confirmed during the final minutes of the livestream that it will indeed launch on November 8th on PS4. Right now, the game is available for preorder in the PlayStation Store.
We most certainly will get more details on Death Stranding during the next State of Play, which could happen as soon as this week.
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