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Rumor: Death Stranding Release Date Leaked via PS Taiwan

Death Stranding is the long-awaited first new game for Hideo Kojima, after leaving Konami to form Kojima Productions, a highly anticipated title that may even arrive in 2019.

Even today we will have a new video and information on this game that is under development for PlayStation 4, but Sony itself may have spoiled the surprise. The arrival of a new trailer and the beginning of the pre-orders already suggested the release date revelation, but PlayStation Taiwan has now revealed too much information on social networks.

As reported by the players, in a message that has since been removed, PlayStation Taiwan promoted the imminent arrival of the new trailer for Death Stranding and confirmed the release date.

According to PlayStation Taiwan, Death Stranding will arrive on November 8, 2019.

It seems, and given the proportions of the announcement that will occur today, the release date seems more than plausible.

However, it is interesting to note that this is indeed a surprise. Many believed that the title would be made available only in the last year of PS4. But fortunately for the owners of the console, this was not the case. Consequently, we will not have to wait as long as we think to witness this insane work that promises to be a unique job in Kojima’s career.

In addition to the release date, we are also waiting for new images and details about the game. This is because, as we all know, there will be a formal display of a new trailer with new information. Until then, the teasers disclosed did not even leave any clue about the project as a whole.

With Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima escapes from the usual level of his productions, and is daring more than ever. In addition to mysterious gameplay, the first title of Kojima Productions will also carry several leading actors and actresses, in more than important roles. We have, for example, the case of Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen, who appear to be opposite sides of the same coin.

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