Get ready for everyone to spend the next two weeks freaking out about Death Stranding again as the latest round of rumors suggest we'll get a release date soon. The news is coming from Combo Infinito, who has been cited by a few other websites, where they claim that Hideo Kojima will finally reveal the release date for Death Stranding at The Game Awards.
According to an email we received from someone close to Sony Brazil, everything indicates that we will see both games. The update came from a message sent by a source that is said to be close to PlayStation in Brazil. In it, it was mentioned that the presented trailers can bring the release date of the games. So, we can define that both Death Stranding and Ghost of Tsushima are not that far away. This is because, in announcing the date, they suggest that both are in an advanced stage of production.
The report also claims we'll get release windows for Dreams and Ghost of Tsushima. While it's not inconceivable, especially since last year's awards gave us an extended preview of some cutscenes from the game and Kojima appears to be on more than friendly terms with the show, it does feel like us getting a release date during the awards seems a little far-fetched. Unless the release date is one year from now, we were placing bets that we'd find out at E3 2019. No matter what happens, we'll find out in less than two weeks time when The Game Awards takes place on December 6th.