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Unveiling a Thrilling Ten-Minute Sneak Peek of ‘Death Stranding 2’ Promises a Game that Aims to Surpass its Predecessor

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Hideo Kojima’s reinvention post-Konami departure continues to yield fruitful results, or so many believe. The talented Japanese game designer gifted us with a title as unique as it was acclaimed, ‘Death Stranding’, back in 2019.

Just over half a decade later, we’re poised to delve into ‘Death Stranding 2: On the Beach’. It marks the continuation of that narrative that beckoned us into a desolate terrestrial landscape while navigating the brink of human extinction.

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Death Stranding 2: On the Beach, On the Horizon

Death Stranding 2 Continues the Journey

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Awareness of this title’s existence surfaced during last year’s Game Awards, but now we’re treated to a splendid game trailer unveiled during the first State of Play of the year. Indeed, the project continues to exude singularity.

Kojima appears determined to push the boundaries of his craft even further, offering us locales beyond the borders of the United States (let’s recall that the initial installment focused specifically on the “United Cities of America”). But there’s more.

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Much has changed since BRIDGES spearheaded efforts to salvage humanity, introducing new elements into the fray. We witness Sam Porter Bridges (portrayed by Norman Reedus) shouldering the weight of new assignments and embracing novel weapons and gear.

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Of note is the appearance of Higgs Monaghan (played by Troy Baker), sporting a disheveled look reminiscent of the Joker, Fragile (portrayed by Léa Seydoux) assuming a more prominent role, and even a talking puppet set to accompany our protagonist on at least part of his new adventures.

Death Stranding 2: On the Beach Exclusively on PlayStation 5

Death Stranding 2 Continues the Journey (1)

Initially, ‘Death Stranding 2: On the Beach’ will be available exclusively on PlayStation 5. As for its release date, all we know is that it’s slated for sometime in 2025. We’ll have to bide our time for approximately a year (or more) before embarking on our mission to save humanity from extinction once again.

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