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‘Death Stranding 2: On the Beach’ looks even more baffling than the original game Engadget

As expected, the PlayStation State of Play today featured our first look at the latest from famed developer Hideo Kojima, in the form of an exceedingly creepy and cinematic preview of Death Stranding 2: On the Beach. Sam, played by Norman Reedus, is back in a trailer that makes very little sense if you haven’t played the first game — and even if you did, the contents of this preview might not make a ton of sense. Rest assured, you’ll still be running around wildly impressive landscapes with your giant yellow backpack. 

But it sounds like you won’t actually have to run around delivering things, because bots are able to do that in this world. The real surprise is when Sam gets captured and runs across his brother, played by the ubiquitous Troy Baker… who pulls out a guitar/gun and starts shredding to take on some enemies? Sure. It’ll still be a bit before we see what this all amounts to, as it doesn’t arrive until sometime in 2025.

At the end of the stream, though, Kojima teased an all-new project in the works, though it won’t be entering full production until after Death Stranding 2 is complete.

This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://ift.tt/q6vip9G Nathan Ingraham

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