'Death Stranding’ Release Date Already Decided; Game Will Not Come On PS5

By Allan , Updated Feb 07, 2017 05:30 PM EST
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“Death Stranding” is one of the most anticipated games today but Hideo Kojima hasn't released much information about it yet. What is known, however, is that its release date has already been decided and that it will not come in Sony PlayStation 5.

In the recent RTX Sydney, game creator Hideo Kojima talks about the game and confirms it will not come on PS5 but will be released on PS4, according to VG247. He also teased fans that all the game’s trailer has hidden clues in it that actually made him worry that someone could connect all the dots anytime soon. Kojima also revealed he already have everything planned and has a target release date in mind but haven’t revealed it yet.

“Death Stranding” is a game by Kojima Productions which will be published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It is the first game Kojima will release after his time with Konami in 2015. In 2016, he has officially announced his independence and reformation as he continues to work on the game. What makes the game really exciting is that it features popular stars today like Mads Mikkelsen, Norman Reedus and even director Guillermo del Toro.

Today, many players just can’t wait for the release day so Kojima has given a statement regarding it according to Gamezone. He acknowledges everyone’s anticipation and explained the trailers were released to give people more hints about the game and also put pressure on his team in finishing the game. Some players are thinking that the game may end up just like “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” but Kojima assures that he already has a budget and schedule for everything.

All the trailers released for “Death Stranding” has been created by the same people who is developing the game. This means that gamers will know exactly what to expect because the finished product will look exactly the same with the trailers.

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