Death Stranding 2 has been officially announced at The Game Awards 2022

The sequel to the 2019 Death Stranding was first announced at the 2022 The Game Awards.
Death Stranding 2 Has Been Officially Announced At The Game Awards 2022
Image: Kojima Productions

The Game Awards has always been full of surprises, and this year is no exception as the event officially reveals a Death Stranding sequel in the works.

The next game from Kojima Productions, Death Stranding 2, or DS2, was officially presented for the first time at The Game Awards 2022. The sequel will include the return of Léa Seydoux, Norman Reedus, and Troy Baker, as well as the addition of Elle Fanning and Shioli Kutsuna to the cast. Take a look at the Death Stranding 2 (Working Title) – TGA 2022 Teaser Trailer, courtesy of PlayStation’s official Youtube channel:

After showcasing the official Death Stranding 2 teaser trailer, Hideo Kojima joined Geoff Keighley on stage to give a few remarks about the sequel to the 2019 Kojima Production action game.

“I can’t really be specific right now, but I put a lot of things inside [the trailer] so I want you guys to talk about it and find details in it. I had the story written before the pandemic, but after experiencing the pandemic, I rewrote the whole thing from scratch. I also didn’t want to predict any more future, so I rewrote it.”

Hideo Kojima

The Death Stranding 2 teaser shows one of the protagonists from the original game, Fragile, trying to flee with her baby before being shot by masked attackers. Sam Porter Bridges was also shown, appearing a lot older with grayer hair. Fragile then invites Sam to join her crew aboard what seems to be a giant ship emerging from the ocean.

The sequel to Death Stranding was originally rumored to be in production in May 2022, when Norman Reedus discussed his work on the game and revealed that they have just started working on the second one. part two of that”. The first teaser for DS2 debuted at the Tokyo Game Show in September 2022. During this period, the studio issued an image titled “Who Am I? ” under a face half obscured by shadow. Eventually, a QR code at PAX Australia leads to a Kojima Productions homepage displaying a photograph of Elle Fanning with the caption “Who am I? ” addressing popular speculations over the previous teaser poster.

Shemiah Ruina

Shemiah Ruina

Shemiah is a gaming niche writer and an Electronics Engineering graduate at the Technological University of the Philippines. She plays a lot of RPGs and FPS games. She also enjoys watching movies and anime.

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