'Death Stranding' Release Date, News & Update: Game Set To Enter Full Development In 2017

By Kenneth Bren Briones , Updated Dec 15, 2016 10:55 AM EST

After the announcement of the game "Death Stranding" this summer, Hideo Kojima fans got riled up and filled with excitement. Speculations regarding the game's details, its development release date have become more rampant. Recently, Kojima himself announced that he is back and his next project, "Death Stranding," will enter full development next year.

No matter how fans are getting hyped and gleaming with excitement, they need to accept that the game is still in the early stages of development. It's easy to assume that "Death Stranding" is already deep into development but it's likely not the case.

Knowing the development flow of the anticipated game "Death Stranding" would certainly help fans piece together as to when the game might launch. The renowned game director Hideo Kojima has a style that each game will usually be in development for a few years after it has been announced.

For now, Hideo Kojima is not giving too much information about his upcoming game "Death Stranding." He said that he wanted people to be creative and create their own theories given that the teaser trailer had a lot of elements. The trailer is treated as a puzzle that needs to be solved. 

In the teaser trailer of "Death Stranding," Norman Reedus is wearing several dog tags. Thanks to some eagle-eyed fans, the said dog tags had equations etched on them. It is said that the equation is the Dirac Equation and Schwarzchild radius. Does this mean that the game will relate to quantum mechanics and relativity? It's typical for Hideo Kojima to be absolutely vague in giving details of "Death Stranding." Some are saying that in this way, it adds more intrigue to the game. 

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