It is only 1 month away from the launch of Death Stranding, the new Kojima Productions project that will arrive exclusively on PlayStation 4 on November 8.
This means that the following days there will be more information regarding Death Stranding. In fact, there will be some who will have the privilege of playing it before, as is the case of Shuhei Yoshida, who after a few hours of play, praised the experience and compared its history with a good Netflix production.
In an interview with the YouTube channel Dengeki Online, Shuhei Yoshida, president of SIE Worldwide Studios, took the opportunity to share his early experience with Death Stranding.
According to the manager, after having played Death Stranding for about 10 hours, he feels he is just starting. But he says it in a good way, since it seems that production has a lot to offer and, to account for it, he believes that the quality of the story resembles that of a Netflix production.
I would compare the story with a very good Netflix original series. I feel like I’ve reached only half of that series, and there are still many possibilities for what can happen next.
So, you can be sure that the quality of the Death Stranding story will be high. But that’s not all, since, as previously confirmed, the developer and those responsible for debugging the title at Sony warned that in the second part, the game will get emotional to the point of making you cry.
Also, I heard that you will definitely cry when you reach the second half of the game. The staff at Kojima Productions told me this, and even the Sony debuggers also told me.
In an interview with TASS, Mads Mikkelsen, an actor who plays Cliff in Death Stranding, mentioned that he already had the opportunity to try the game for a couple of hours and considers that it will provide several hours of entertainment.
According to the actor, the player can expect not only great graphics, but an equally amazing gameplay, something with the Kojima seal. According to his experience, Mikkelsen said he was inspired by Kojima and considers him the “godfather of creating new things.”
Recently, Kojima talked about the interaction with the NPCs and the impact it will have on the game.
During his presentation at the Garage Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, Russia, Hideo Kojima addressed the issue related to the NPCs that we will find in Death Stranding and the way we can relate to them and what will happen as the story progresses.
In that sense, the creative said that there is the possibility that the NPCs in Death Stranding die according to the circumstances of the game and due to the much, little or no attention we put on them and their needs.
I remind you that Death Stranding will be on sale from November 8 exclusively for PlayStation 4.