Kojima’s new game features naked Norman Reedus, looks predictably insane

Brodie Fogg 14 June 2016


Kojima Productions' first title for the PlayStation 4 has debuted at E3 2016 and as expected, it's absolutely nuts.

Various Metal Gear stunts and the mystery surrounding his Konami departure have cemented Hideo Kojima as the most enigmatic man in the video game industry. But if you thought he was cryptic and mysterious before his E3 appearance wait until you get a load of Death Stranding which features a naked and beached Norman Reedus – and that's far from the strangest part of the trailer.

If previous Playstation E3 conferences are anything to go by, don't expect to be able to play Death Stranding any time soon. On the upside, you will have plenty of remastered Crash Bandicoot to keep you busy until Kojima's next game gets released.

You can see the whole trailer for yourself below.

Reedus and Kojima were meant to be working together on the cancelled Silent Hills title. While Death Stranding is a far-cry from the claustrophobic horror Silent Hills would have offered (or anything else for that matter), it's clear the two have maintained a working relationship throughout the fallout between Kojima and Konami.

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