Hideo Kojima just dropped another significant teaser for Death Stranding, discharging a fresh new trailer for the game at The Games Awards 2016 running continuously on PS4 Pro.

It doesn’t generally uncover substantially more about the game beyond presenting two or three new characters: Hannibal star Mads Mikkelsen and commended film chief Guillermo del Toro alongside Norman Reedus.

Other than that, it’s like the game’s first trailer in that it appears to allude to some sort of post-prophetically calamitous tragic world, with dead children taking the place of dead whales this time round. Death Stranding’s uncover trailer opens with a quote from William Blake’s ‘Auguries of Innocence’: “To see a world in a grain of sand / and a heaven in a wildflower. / Hold infinity in the palm of your hand / and eternity in an hour.”

We’re then taken to a shoreline secured with perished crabs, as the camera gradually moves to our lead character, Norman Reedus.

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Passed out on the ground, totally exposed and with a broken cuff around one wrist, he gradually conveys himself to his feet holding what gives off an impression of being an infant. But the infant rapidly vanishes and he’s left with simply dark oil staring him in the face and seeing similarly slick imperceptible infant strides leaving him.

He then gets up and we see that the shoreline is canvassed in dead whales. Gazing up at the sky, our concentration is attracted to five inauspicious figures gliding noticeable all around before him. Well in spite of the fact that we may have two trailers for Death Stranding, don’t get excessively energized, in light of the fact that it sounds like it’s not turning out at any point in the near future.

The game is still in the early phases of advancement, with Kojima just barely having settled on an engine for the game pre-E3 2016.

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He’s as yet enrolling staff for key parts in his new Kojima Preparations studio.

We’d expect a discharge date is no less than a year away, if not more. We can envision it will be a major concentration at E3 2017 however.

What we do know is that the game is coming solely to PS4 in any case, however it will inevitably be discharged on PC too.

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