Death Stranding LEAK: PS4 release date, demo, pre-order news and gameplay trailer

A new Death Stranding leak has shed some light on the mysterious new PS4 game.

With game director Hideo Kojima teasing a big reveal for later today (May 29), fans have uncovered more about the release via a PlayStation Store leak (via Nibel).

This includes new story details and pre-order bonus items for fans.

This includes a PS4 dynamic theme, PSN Avatar (Chibi Ludens), Gold ‘Sam’ Sunglasses, Gold Armour Plate, Gold Hat and Gold Speed Skeleton. All items are said to unlock through story progression.

Even more intriguing are the story details, which appear on the leaked pre-order page.

“Sam Bridges must brave a world transformed by the Death Stranding,” reads the official description. “Carrying the remnants of our future in his hands, he embarks on a journey to reunite the shattered world.”

Today’s Death Stranding stream is expected to confirm the Death Stranding release date and show some new gameplay.

Fans are even speculating that Sony will potentially even drop a new a gameplay demo, which could be tied to PS Plus.

Some fans believe that a Kojima Productions tweet hints at a gameplay demo.

“Hold on to your seats, we’re getting there with the count down for #DEATHSTRANDING. 5/29 in US and Europe, 5/30 if you’re in Japan, which means… Tomorrow is in your hands,” the tweet reads.

The ‘Tomorrow is in your hands’ line has been interpreted by some as a clue that Death Stranding is getting a hands-on demo for PS Plus subscribers.

Video game journalist Geoff Keighley is also teasing something big, telling fans that it’s almost time.

“Almost time!! See you tomorrow internets,” he tweeted alongside a Total Recall GIF hinting at a big surprise.

In the lead up to the Death Stranding announcement today Kojima posted two teasers on Twitter which appeared to show glimpses of in-game footage.

These teasers were posted alongside the taglines “create the rope” and “help us reconnect”.

The reveal time remains a mystery, although the time difference between Europe and Japan means that it will take place from 4pm onwards.

Source: Read Full Article