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There's a Death Stranding novelization coming for Japanese fans, and it even comes with its own special SteelBook edition.
The Death Stranding launch trailer is a whopping near 8 minutes long, rolling up plenty of new footage into an emotional clip.
Hideo Kojima took to Twitter to officially announce that the former PlayStation 4-exclusive is headed to PC as early as 2020.
We may not entirely know what's happening in Death Stranding yet, but we do know this: Conan O'Brien is a part of the game and it's amazing.
Au/Ra's original song inspired by Death Stranding is called "Ghost," and its new lyric video is decidedly creepy, just like the game looks.
With Death Stranding on the way in a matter of weeks, it stands to reason some info is going to leak. Because that's normally how these things go.
Death Stranding fans who purchase the game via Amazon UK will get their very own exclusive cover art featuring Homo Demens' Higgs.
Certain decisions that you make throughout Death Stranding will determine whether some NPCs end up living or dying in your playthrough.
Hideo Kojima's latest title Death Stranding got an explanatory trailer in the form of the new "The Drop" clip, which shows how the game will work.
While we wait for Death Stranding to finally be released by Kojima Productions, we got at least one cool piece of news about it regarding multiplayer.
Sony has announced a limited Death Stranding PS4 Pro console. The special system will be available the same day as the upcoming game.
One of the last things we got to see from Tokyo Game Show 2019 was a full gameplay presentation for Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding.
Kojima Productions revealed a little more about Death Stranding at Tokyo Game Show 2019 today, including a new video and artwork.
It appears Hideo Kojima will be taking video game cutscenes to the next level, so to speak, with a new mode in Death Stranding.