E3 2018: Death Stranding Trailer Blew Our Minds and Confused Our Senses

E3 2018: Death Stranding Trailer Blew Our Minds and Confused Our Senses

Finally, we know what Death Stranding will play like - or at least some of it. Sony's E3 2018 presentation revealed the first gameplay video for Kojima Productions' enigmatic project, and it did not disappoint in terms of weirdness.

Without a doubt the biggest mystery surrounding Death Stranding was how the game would play. Perhaps after this long, we were hoping for a lot more. While Norman Reedus is the star of the game, if the trailer is any indication, you could be put in charge of various characters throughout the story. No combat, just traversal... and removing an injured toenail. Ugh. After the E3 2018 trailer, there are likely even more questions. Unfortunately, he didn't quite evade their notice, and the scene concluded with a bunch of the creepy wraiths dragging him down into a deep black puddle.

E3 2018: Death Stranding Trailer Blew Our Minds and Confused Our Senses
E3 2018: Death Stranding Trailer Blew Our Minds and Confused Our Senses

This trailer was also the first time we saw Léa Seydoux's (Spectre, Blue is the Warmest Color) character in the game, who aids Norman Reedus's character in the trailer. The goal of the main character is not yet clear, but he appears to be saving other folks who were trapped by unknown creatures. Also, she was wearing an elegant dress instead of a survival suit and thus may be a hallucination?

On top of them, we get a look at the extreme environments of the game, which seem both familiar and alien at the same time, and at the model of the protagonist as well. It's probably why everyone is putting up with the vague, unusual trailers that he and Kojima Productions have been putting out for Death Stranding since its announcement two years ago.

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