What the Hell Just Happened in Death Stranding's Game Awards Trailer

What the Hell Just Happened in Death Stranding's Game Awards Trailer

What the Hell Just Happened in Death Stranding's Game Awards Trailer

There's more Norman Reedus, more Norman Foetus, and those unusual black figures from the game's debut trailer over a year ago. He's not alone, however; he and the rest of the Bridges-branded crew are seen extracting the life out of other men (including their fellow team members) as part of a unusual, covert operation. The haunting trailer goes on to tease Sam and the team's enemies: several unusual, alien lifeforms only barely visible in the footage.

The cinematic trailer gives us another look at Norman Reedus' character in Death Stranding, but this time we get to see other men and an unknown creatures that take them out. As you can expect, the video was on the odd side.

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The trailer, the longest in The Game Awards' history Geoff Keighley said, gives a first look at the game's acting, world and technology.

Death Stranding now has no release window, but will be releasing on PlayStation 4. If you were also hoping for it to kind of explain just what the hell is going on in Hideo Kojima's solo project, well...just don't.

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Officials ordered fresh evacuations in the forested areas of Ojai, which is near the fire's northern edge. The San Diego Sheriff's Office is handling evacuations for Lilac, according to North County Fire.

Mads Mikkelsen and Norman Reedus must be having a hell of time trying to figure out just what the heck is going on.

. "Then came the next explosion".

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