Game director Hideo Kojima will make a special appearance in the annual event that fetes the best video games of the year.
He also happens to be the latest in a series of announcements and teasers that suggest we'll see more of Death Stranding during The Game Awards.
His first announcement came from a post on his personal Twitter account saying: "I'm happy to confirm Hideo is attending and will present an award with [del Toro] on Thursday night!" Since Reedus is the third one from the "Death Stranding" team confirmed to be appearing at The Game Awards 2017, fans couldn't help but speculate that the gameplay trailer for the mysterious game could be launched at the event. Kojima is behind titles like "Metal Gear" and the upcoming "Death Stranding". In relation to the "Death Stranding", Del Toro will be part of the game as a character, though he is not, in any way, part of the title's creative decisions, the report added. During a recent Reddit AMA, the Mexican film director said, "Kojima-san scanned my body and face for the model over an entire day in Toronto". That's it- He send me toys and gifts every few weeks but NO clues.
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Gamespot noted that Kojima and Del Toro were working on a new "Silent Hill" game, which was eventually canceled. I am dying to know. There's no release date for it yet, and, in a very Kojima fashion, nobody really knows what it's going to be.
We don't know. It was announced in 2016, but since then, we've not had any announcement for a release date.
The show will also have "more reveals than ever before" so we should see some goodies announced from publishers and indie devs alike. "You have a lot of freedom of choice to do what you want to do and you can get in vehicles and so on".