Hideo Kojima And Norman Reedus To Discuss Death Stranding At Tribeca Film Festival
Last we heard of Kojima Productions' much-anticipated and very mysterious game Death Stranding it was behind schedule, which is not a good sign. It looks like creator Hideo Kojima is ready to give us another update in just a couple of weeks, though it may not be a major one.
Kojima and actor Norman Reedus (who stars in the game), along with The Game Awards' Geoff Keighley, are set to discuss the game for an hour at a panel at the Tribeca Film Festical on Thursday, April 25. The panel description says that "together, they [Kojima and Reedus] will discuss pushing the boundaries of the video game medium and talk about how their relationship has established over working on the title together."
The panel doesn't say any new gameplay or concepts will be revealed, and it's likely to be more of a "behind-the-scenes" discussion rather than a deluge of new info. Still, it's possible some new details might spill out of the panel, so if you're just dying to see what Death Stranding really is (something even several trailers haven't made completely clear), it might be worth marking April 25 on your calendar.