The recent disclosure that Death Stranding is never again recorded as a PS4 selective gave us trust—a black out expectation, truly, yet trust in any case—that a PC version would be declared at Gamescom. We didn’t get that. What we got rather, during Geoff Keighley’s Open Night Live show, was a story of invisible breastfeeding, metal bellies, and Norman Reedus’ weaponized piss that develops giant mushrooms.
The Death Stranding section of Opening Night Live starts with the presentation of another character named Margaret Qualley—Mama—whose baby was conceived on “the opposite side” and is along these lines invisible. They stay associated by an invisible umbilical line, which makes Mama dismal in light of the fact that that implies she’s stuck in that room until the end of time.
You may believe that is somewhat peculiar, and you’re not off-base. Be that as it may, we’re simply beginning.
No clarification for that is given. Matthew Mercer, voice of Overwatch’s McCree and DM of well known D&D show Critical Role, plays Keighley.
The entire thing was peculiar as hell and twice as ungainly, and at last we didn’t get the glad astonishment of a PC declaration. Be that as it may, notwithstanding when the show was finished, the trickeries weren’t: The Opening Night Live video on YouTube was coincidentally hindered by a Ubisoft copyright guarantee. It’s back at this point.
Death Stranding goes to the PlayStation 4 on November 8, and PC possibly at some point after that (regardless we believe it’s decently likely). We’ll be at Gamescom all week covering whatever different absurdities occur.