Death Stranding has retained a large amount of its hype by not really showing us anything concrete in its advertisements, and that’s extending even to now, when the game is in its final few weeks until release. Death Stranding spoilers are being blocked wherever they can be found on the web.
In the years leading up to its release, Death Stranding’s trailers have been known for how cryptic and confusing (and disturbing) they are, with a large number of YouTube videos being focused on interpreting the stuff in them.
Of course, now that the game is almost here, spoilers are beginning to pop up, especially since in some places, like Japan, retailers broke the street date and put the game out early, giving people unable to contain their excitement the opportunity to spoil the game for others.
Thankfully, Sony is keeping what could be its best-selling new IP under tight wraps, and any Death Stranding spoilers that have been posted to something like Twitter or some other website are quickly taken down, meaning that if you haven’t gotten the game yet (like most people), you don’t have to worry.
Death Stranding is Hideo Kojima’s first game since Metal Gear Solid 5, and that game wasn’t able to be finished due to Konami firing him and apparently keeping the game from being completed. However, with complete creative freedom from Sony, there’s no telling what Death Stranding is going to be like when it releases.
If you’re wanting to avoid Death Stranding spoilers that could pop up on your social media before you can actually play the game and experience it for yourself, you’re better off maybe avoiding social media altogether until you can get the game yourself.
Death Stranding will be coming out on the Playstation on November 8, and apparently other versions will be coming at a later date, though we’re not sure exactly when.