Dec 15, 2016 05:52 AM EST

'Death Stranding' Release Date, News, & Update: Delayed To 2019? Open World Gameplay Possible!

After the spine-tingling trailer for "Death Stranding" was released at The Game Awards 2016, fans have been eager to receive news regarding the game's release date. It seems that the latter has been revealed and fans might have to wait more than a year for the game's launch. 

Hideo Kojima has been working on "Death Stranding" since he parted ways with Konami in order to bring Kojima Productions to life. Eventually, the developer amazed gamers from all over the world when they released the horrifying trailer of "Death Stranding." Now, the game has gathered many fans and a release date announcement is very much in demand as reported by News Everyday.

According to iTechPost, during the IGN's interview with Hideo Kojima, "Death Stranding" may be looking at a later release date. Although the talented developer said that development will go full throttle in 2017, it was also hinted that completion won't be anytime soon. It is possible that the game would be released in 2018 at the soonest or 2019 at worst, considering Kojima's recent statement. Despite the possibly long wait, it is worth mentioning that with Kojima's track record, his games are always worth the wait.

In addition, several reports claim that "Death Stranding" will have a modified Decima engine, resulting in massive possibilities for high-quality gameplay. The latter adds to the reason many fans are already hyped for the upcoming game, along with the undeniable track record Hideo Kojima has for creating amazing games. Moreover, Kojima stated that the game would be an open world type, possibly filled with horror at every turn.

Considering all the hype for the upcoming horror game, are you excited for Hideo Kojima's "Death Stranding?" Stay tuned to Jobs & Hire for more updates on your favorite games and the latest news. 

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