Death Stranding 2 Is Now Entering ‘Adjustment Phase’ That Will Last Over A Year


Hideo Kojima has issued a brief update on Death Stranding 2: On The Beach during an appearance on a radio broadcast, where he confirmed that the sequel has wrapped filming and recording, but made it clear there’s still a long way to go before it sees the light of day.

The Kojima Productions boss revealed that Death Stranding 2 is now in the “adjustment phase,” which means it won’t be out for another year or so. During this phase, the developers are likely to iron out any bugs and glitches as well as refining elements such as visuals and gameplay.

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Kojima-san also touched on the latest Death Stranding 2 trailer, which he says was used to convey a number of key areas including aesthetics, themes, gameplay and more. In addition, it also aimed to illustrate which elements have been carried over from Death Stranding and the differences in how its characters are connected.

Death Stranding is currently in development for PS5 and is scheduled to launch at some point in 2025. The game will see the return of Norman Reedus as Sam Porter-Bridges and Troy Baker as Higgs from the original game, and the cast is fleshed out with key roles from Elle Fanning, who portrays an as-yet unnamed female character.

[Source – Games Radar]

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