Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding Gets Disturbing New Trailer at The Game Awards

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There is still no game play footage, but based on the trailers it's safe to say that the game will feature plenty of Kojima's infamously freakish ideas.

A brief hint at the game's story reveals the world of Death Stranding was hit by an explosion, one that gave birth to some kind of life-form.

Hideo Kojima and Norman Reedus made an appearance at The Game Awards 2017 and showed a brand new trailer for Death Stranding. He then sees the floating figures we've seen before, this time above a huge crater, hammering home the explosion motif.

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Starring Norman Reedus front and center, we can finally make sense out of the creepy baby dolls shown in previous teasers. In fact, this feature took longer than usual to write because we can't stop our minds from reeling from what the heck we just watched?

I'm not going to pretend to know what the hell happened in this whole trailer.

It's hard to fully discern what any of the trailer actually means, but it offers more of a look into Death Stranding than has been previously shown. Once an official source is available we'll get it up here.