Kojima Reveals New PS4 Project, Death Stranding

Starring Norman Reedus; Watch the trailer here.

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Hideo Kojima stunned the gathered crowd at Sony's press conference on Monday with an early trailer of Kojima Production's exclusive PS4 project, Death Stranding.

You can watch the world premiere trailer above.

The game stars Norman Reedus, the Walking Dead actor who previously worked with Kojima on Konami's Silent Hills project, which ultimately was abandoned by the publisher during a fallout between Kojima and his ex-employer.

Kojima has already claimed that he wanted his next project to be "edgy" and if the trailer is any indication, he will deliver on that ambition; the video clip opens with Reedus's character attached to a baby via an umbilical cord, both naked and standing on a beach that is blanketed with dead fish and whales.

Reedus's character has scars on his stomach which appear to resemble a crucifix, while his hands are drenched in black paint.

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Little else is known of Death Stranding, although the trailer confirmed that PS4 architect Mark Cerny is contributing. No release date has been set.

In December, Kojima and Sony revealed a landmark partnership in which the famed games designer pledged to make a PlayStation 4 exclusive.

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