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Death Stranding's New Trailer is Still Bizarre

Death Stranding's New Trailer is Still Bizarre

Sony's press conference offered an extended look at the game while still not revealing much about what you do in it.

There's more babies in a tank, Hollywood A-listers and somber (beautiful) music to accompany a lot of Norman Reedus walking and ferrying things from one desolate piece of empty land to another.

Death Stranding is now in development for PlayStation 4 and PC.

Other than that, Kojima has also introduced two new characters through the new trailer.

For more on Sony's E3 presence, be sure to follow OnlySP on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Kojima likes Lea's movies as well as her, and her Female Assassin aura has stricken him, so we assume her objective in this game will be of that department. However, we did get a name for Reedus's character - Sam Bridges.

You can view the all-new gameplay trailer above.

Bits of gameplay are interspersed throughout the trailer, showing Reedus's character, Sam, navigating tricky terrain and nightmarish scenarios as he seemingly aims to deliver the fetus somewhere.

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Does any of that make sense?

We were finally treated to actual gameplay.

Here's hoping more information about the game surfaces during the rest of the week at E3.

It has been a couple of years since Hideo Kojima first started teasing his, at the time, new game, Death Stranding. Right now, there is no release date or window for Death Stranding, but the game will be released exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

This new trailer for Death Stranding shows off some truly lovely environments, is set to a melancholy indie song, and yes, Norman Reedus gets naked.

It's clear that time is involved, but without watching it back several times we're now scratching our heads a little.