Kojima Put His “Soul” Into The Death Stranding Director’s Cut Final Trailer, Coming Soon

The Director’s Cut of Death Stranding starts on September 24th for PlayStation 5. To promote the release, Hideo Kojima personally edited the “final” trailer of the game, and now the designer has shed new light on the video and the fans about it informs when you can expect it.

Kojima wrote on Twitter that fans can look forward to the new trailer coming next week around this time, sometime towards the end of next week. “Please wait,” said Kojima.

There are many big game announcements around the world at this time of year.
In the midst of it all, DEATH STRANDING DC is not a completely new game, nor is it widely advertised,

– HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) September 2, 2021

and the last trailer of my own work is quietly released, but I edited it with all of my “soul”.

– HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) September 2, 2021

Kojima personally edited this new trailer. In another tweet, he said the director’s cut didn’t get a lot of attention or publicity, and he said the final trailer would be “released quietly”. Despite his belief that it will fly under the radar, Kojima said he edited the video “with all of my ‘soul'”.

The Death Stranding director’s cut offers “a lot of new content and improved gameplay functionality”. Fans can look forward to more weapons, equipment, vehicles, modes and missions, along with additional areas to explore, “expanded storylines” and UI improvements. A trailer released during Gamescom showed a number of the new features.

The Director’s Cut starts on September 24th. Death Stranding was originally released on PS4 in November 2019 and sold more than 5 million copies on PS4 and PC.

Kojima’s next game after Death Stranding could be Xbox exclusive with cloud integration. According to a report, Kojima and Xbox signed a letter of intent, but it might not be a closed deal, and it’s definitely just beginning.

In other news, Death Stranding star Norman Reedus recently teased that Death Stranding 2 may be in the works.

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