Last Updated on May 21, 2022 by Larious
Death Stranding fans, here’s some good news for you: The Death Stranding sequel is confirmed by the game’s leading actor in an interview and stated about its development.
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Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding was a big hit in 2019 and 2020, and players are standing by for its sequel, but at the beginning of 2021, rumors were coming that the game has no sequel now, and current suggestions prove it inaccurate.
Death Stranding 2 Early Development has Started
Death Stranding sequel didn’t get official confirmation. The director hasn’t given any details, but when the actor Norman Reedus (who played the game’s leading character Sam Porter Bridges) was in an interview with Leo magazine.
When the interview was going on, Leo talked about his experience in Death Stranding, with the director and being the voice of protagonist Sam Porter Bridges.
When Leo asked about what was next, Norman stated, “We just started the second one,” after clearing up.
This statement reveals two things here. First, there is the Death Stranding sequel (whose name we can’t claim as Death Stranding 2), and second, the game’s development has just started.
The interview was held for the end of the famous “The Walking Dead” TV series, but it turned into Death Stranding’s upcoming sequel draw-up.
Besides, Norman Reedus also said. “It takes a lot of work. And then the game came out, and it just won all these awards, and it was a huge thing, so we just started part two of that.”
Now, about Death Stranding 2 release date, there are no details about it, and for at least 2 years, we can’t expect it because it is just started; maybe in 2024, we can see its sequel.