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Death Stranding Gets Characters Trailer


Get acquainted with the characters of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding with the latest trailer for the game.

In this short video, the characters Fragile (Lea Seydoux), Mama (Margaret Qualley), Heartman (Nicolas Winding Refn), Deadman (Guillermo Del Toro), Higgs (Troy Baker), Die-Hardman (Tommy Earl Jenkins), Cliff (Mads Mikkelsen), Amelie (Lindsay Wagner), and Sam (Norman Reedus) make an appearance.

You can watch it below:

Death Stranding – Characters Short Trailer | PS4

Death Stranding tasks players with delivering supply cargo to a number of different isolated cities known as KNOTs. Along the way, players will have to contend with both “beached things” (BTs) and a cult of rogue, bandit-esque porters known as MULEs.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4, and will come out for the PC in the early summer of 2020. You can read our review here.

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