Kojima Productions have released the final trailer for their upcoming game Death Stranding Director's Cut, and it runs close to five minutes long. The trailer was edited by Hideo Kojima himself, and features the game's new widescreen option. The trailer pretty much delves into all the visual splendor of the game, which was quite an unique experience in and of itself.
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Death Stranding Director's Cut will feature expanded story content (which is thankfully not really touched upon in the trailer), though it seems to place an emphasis on stealth - much like Kojima's last gaming franchise, Metal Gear Solid. The trailer is cut to the song "Goliath" performed by Woodkid (once again, Kojima's Spotify playlist is the star of this trailer). Apart from that, we can expect a number of new items, gear, cosmetics, and a racing mini-game where players will compete to set the fastest times online.
It's all very much Death Stranding with some new additions, though this might be the definitive way to now experience Kojima's bizarre yet brilliant fever dream.
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