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We got to see plenty of Death Stranding at TGS this year

Hideo Kojima lifted the veil on several aspects of his game ahead of the upcoming release in November.

Hideo Kojima and Kojima Productions have been very busy at the Tokyo Game Show this year, as they've shown off a lot of Death Stranding ahead of its release on November 8, including a peek at the Safe House below.

At 3:00 in the video you can see what happens if you point the camera at Norman Reedus' crotch for too long, but you can also shower if you're dirty, inspect your equipment, and more. You can check out a map to see where your journey is taking you too, on top of customising Sam (Reedus' character) and interacting with the Bridge Baby.

Later on in the video we even leave the Safe House too, and you can see all of this below.

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Earlier at TGS we got to see another lengthy gameplay demonstration from Death Stranding, except this had a bit more action to see. As we've seen before, traversal is very important, with Sam using ladders and other equipment to get around, but there's also combat to see as well, which hasn't been shown too much in Death Stranding so far.

As if that wasn't enough, there's also a boss fight that introduces us to a giant beast and crumbling ruins to navigate, as well as Sam having a bath to relax afterwards.

If you're interested in the game stay tuned, as we have an interview with Kojima himself coming your way later this afternoon...

Are you more or less convinced about Death Stranding after seeing all of this footage?

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