Death Stranding Adds The Last Of Us And Days Gone Actors To Its Cast
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Prolific video game performance actor Troy Baker has joined the cast of Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding, along with Emily O'Brien, another well known actor that has been featured in a number of big games.
O'Brien made the announcement on Instagram by posting a picture of herself with Baker and Norman Reedus, who has already been confirmed as one of the main characters in Death Stranding. "Honored to be working alongside these two fine lads on Hideo Kojima's new project Death Stranding," reads the caption. "I'm a lucky gal ;)"
O'Brien's recent credits include Days Gone, which is in development at Sony's Bend Studios, Arkane Studios' Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, Telltale's Batman: The Enemy Within and Guardians of the Galaxy series', and World of Final Fantasy.
Baker, meanwhile, is reprising the role of Joel for Naughty Dog's The Last of Us Part II, and most recently voiced Talion in Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Sam Drake in Uncharted 4 and The Lost Legacy, and is Batman/Bruce Wayne in Telltale's series based on DC's Dark Knight.
As of yet there hasn't been a confirmed Death Stranding release date, but Kojima hinted that it might launch in 2018. It also stars Mads Mikkelson (Hannibal), director Guillermo Del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth, The Shape of Water) and Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead).
The last Death Stranding trailer was 8-minutes long and, although it's very exciting, creates a whole bunch of new questions, which is pretty standard for Kojima's titles. In April, Kojima spoke a little about the game, explaining why he wanted Norman Reedus to be naked in the game's first trailer. We've also since learned why its fog looks so nice.