The first trailer for Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding was definitely outstanding; it also deserted us, leaving a lot of unanswered questions regarding the PS4 and PC game. While Kojima is not ready to answer those, he has now discussed the video a little more, saying the teaser spot is "representative" of the final game.
"It is representative. What you see [in the trailer] will be in the game," Kojima told Eurogamer, confirming that the dead fish and whales, and Norman Reedus' character, will show up.Kojima also stated that the trailer, as suspected, is stuffed with clues. He purposefully designed the video to bring people together to discuss what it might mean.
"There are a lot of hints in there, hidden," he teased. "The world having this discussion about what this teaser means was kind of the objective. That's what I wanted to happen."The [Death Stranding] game will take a little more time to be completed, but the game for me has already started. I am going back and forth with the users, having this interaction, this connection with the people, this discussion."Kojima isn't giving anything away right now, because that "would be like telling you who's the killer in a mystery novel."