Death Stranding: Kojima Is Adjusting Gameplay, Shares New Images of the Game
Hideo Kojima, the director of Death Stranding, has returned to talk on social networks to explain that there are 100 more days to go before the exclusive PS4 game comes out, he is still adjusting the gameplay, and has shared three new images of the game.
“As of yesterday, 100 more days to go but I’m still working on adjusting gameplay in my Hades with tar all over everyday,” said the Japanese creative on Twitter.
A few hours earlier he had published a new image of the game on the same social network; a photograph was taken directly to the monitor that shows the protagonist, Sam Bridges, on the side of a leafy mountain.
On Instagram, he has also published two other images. The first, with a Sam Bridges in a suit different from the one in the previous image; and the second, with the protagonist sitting on the grass of the mountain while holding the strange encapsulated baby that we have known since the game was shown at E3 2016.
Just yesterday Kojima published another tweet that has provoked discussion among players and other developers. In it, he said that in Kojima Productions they are in “crunch time” to finish the development of the game.
The crunch is the terminology used in the video game industry to talk about the larger than usual working hours, normally mentioned to finish the production game before the release date set by the distributor.
Death Stranding will release on November 8 for PS4. Check the new images below.
As of yesterday, 100 more days to go but I’m still working on adjusting game play in my Hades with tar all over everyday.
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) July 31, 2019
— 小島秀夫 (@Kojima_Hideo) July 31, 2019