Hideo Kojima Stopped by US Customs for Carrying Death Stranding Baby Pod


Though you can’t fault them for due diligence, US Customs recently stopped Death Stranding Director Hideo Kojima for carrying a baby pod modeled after the one in the game.

Prior to his arrival at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, Kojima was stopped due to the BB pod prop. Seeing how the developer was able to showcase the prop at the event, US Customs likely shrugged this prop off.

For those at home, a life-sized version of this prop will be included with the Death Stranding Collector’s Edition.

Death Stranding will come out for the PlayStation 4 on November 8.

Source: Gamerant
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