As we get closer to the date of its release, more details of Death Stranding come to light naturally. Today it was the turn of something essential to be able to play it, the installation size, so, if you are interested in the game, we invite you to check the information below so you can prepare for its launch.
Although there is still no official information on the PlayStation Store, a promotional image that appeared in Best Buy details that it will be necessary for the user to have at least 55 GB of free storage on their hard drive. As you can see, it is a considerable weight, but nothing out of the ordinary in relation to high level productions.
To put the weight of Death Stranding into context, we remind you that Gears 5 requires 61.21 GB of space to install and Borderlands 3 asks for 40.06 GB free on the hard drive, as read in the Microsoft store.
In addition to the above, the image also shows that the experience will not require an Internet connection to enjoy it. What we mean is that it indicates that users can do without this component if they wish, although it is something of importance that will not even require PlayStation Plus membership.
Below we leave you with the image we are talking about.
From its Twitter account, the studio announced the Death Stranding World Tour. As the name implies, it is a world tour to promote the title in various cities.
The Death Stranding World Tour will begin on October 30 with a special event in Paris, France. Kojima Productions has already confirmed that it will also visit cities such as London, Berlin, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Osaka, Singapore, Taipei and Seoul. The company has not detailed all its plans for the Death Stranding World Tour, but said they will soon reveal more details.
They also said that they hope to connect with all of their fans across the globe, along with Hideo Kojima. Possibly during the tour, some more details about the title will be revealed and hopefully its launch trailer as well.
There will also 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.
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.