Heads up for the fans who have been waiting for "Death Stranding"! The game will start its development in 2017, but the release date will not be in the nearest future. Full features have yet to finish according to latest reports.
Following the recent preview of the game's trailer shown in The Game Awards last Dec. 1, Gaming Bolt reports that the game's creator Hideo Kojima has already laid the story and concepts down. However, full-scale progress will not be available by the end of this holiday season.
In the latest scoop, Guerilla Games will be working with Kojima on this project. The famous proprietor of the most well-loved artificial intelligence games will now cater to "Death Stranding" using the Decima engine.
In his most recent tweets, Kojima used the metaphor "reaching Jupiter" in strongly believing that this is going to make a huge difference in the future of PlayStation 4. He said that even amidst everybody losing hope of continuing with space explorations, he and Guerilla Games are "joining forces" in setting forth to the other side of the world.
Although his tweets come across differently to the fans of his work, everyone continues to be hopeful that with the use of Decima engine, the development will not only be done faster but more intricately as well. IBTimes reports that the two studios will be working very closely as they will be "sharing the same code, allowing both of them to exchange trade and information."
Their recent interview backed up with their strong revelations and previews, shows how excited the studios are to launch this "industry-beating" game.
Kojima has always been known for creating games in a "keenly" fashion that gamers have to wait for a long time before trying them out. Now everyone's hoping the long wait will be worth it.