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Death Stranding Gets Hideo Kojima and Mads Mikkelsen Interview


Death Stranding director Hideo Kojima recently sat down with actor Mads Mikkelsen to discuss how the character Cliff was created.

Kojima mentioned that he was looking to create a character that would be a reflection of Sam. Kojima is a fan of Mikkelsen, so he asked if he wanted to take the role of Cliff as it would be impossible to create the game without him.

Mikkelsen also mentions that Kojima tried to explain the game to him through a number of different paintings, drawings, and storyboards. Through this method, he was able to see what kind of feeling he was going for with this title.

You can view the interview below:

Death Stranding – Hideo Kojima and Mads Mikkelsen Interview | PS4

In addition to Mikkelsen, Death Stranding also features Norman Reedus, Guillermo del Toro, Troy Baker, Léa Seydoux, Margaret Qualley, Tommie Earl Jenkins, Lindsay Wagner, Nicolas Winding Refn.

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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