Death Stranding 2 Release Date Leaked by Artist Profile

Death Stranding 2 seems to have had its release date leaked by an artist, and we've got the details here!
Death Stranding 2 Mother With Child In Air
Image: Kojima Productions

Many are waiting for a release date or hint at what Death Stranding 2 will bring, and it seems that some information may have come through an artist’s profile. An artist who worked on Death Stranding 2 has listed the game’s release date as 2025 on their ArtStation profile.

While this information is intriguing, it’s important to note that it’s just a rumor at this point. The artist may not be privy to the most up-to-date information regarding the game’s release schedule, as they work for an outsourcing company and may not have access to the latest details. Additionally, the release date could always be changed for various reasons.

Death Stranding Release Date Leak In Image
Image: Red Kong XIX

Despite these caveats, it makes a lot of sense for the game to be coming out in 2025. We’ve not heard much about it outside of its Game Awards reveal, so it definitely can’t come out in 2024, and maybe the date is a targetted date by the company.

The leaked release date will certainly spark excitement among Death Stranding fans. The original game, released in 2019, garnered critical praise for its unique blend of gameplay, narrative, and visuals. It captivated players with its open-world environment and thought-provoking story about the importance of connection in a fragmented world.

Death Stranding 2 is expected to build upon the foundations of its predecessor, offering an even more immersive and engaging experience. While we don’t say this date is definitive, we will say that it is a pretty good find from ResertEra. This one really got me believing for a moment, but it’s hard to believe someone who doesn’t work directly at the studio.

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