"To all visitors from Transylvania looking for the head of Voivode Dracula: Yes, we have it. Yes, he's dead. No, you cannot see it. No, he will not return and invade you again. It has been over thirty years, please stop pestering us."
"I was among the few to immediately jump to biblical conclusions when the first trailer hit, and with this second trailer, I am almost certain that this is the case, so now I'm diving in to everything I can possibly think of about it.
I believe the character we saw at the end of the last trailer was one of the Four Horsemen. In this case, War, as evidenced by the tanks / soldiers and the battlefield. And, he's a soldier.
In the first trailer, I believe we saw Pestilence; we don't have a name to this character yet, but in the bible, the world is said to be ended by "Famine," or the "Black Plague." Famine is also one of the Four.
I think we will get two more trailers, in time. One with Conquest and another with Death. "
Not a huge surprise but Kojima is confirmed at E3. He also tweeted a picture oh himself editing together the Death Stranding trailer personally so that's something to look forward to. The video is titled E3 2018 so it's basically a for sure, not that that was in doubt.
Looks awesome but I'm hoping that's just another enemy type and not a boss.
Maybe I should stop watching the trailers for this game. After all, I already know I'll get it day 1. The MGSV trailers were phenomenal but they gave away too much. It showed you the Metal Gear boss fight and the final scenes of the game. I'm hoping Kojima doesn't do anything similar here.
Also, lol @ the comment section
"Amazon Employee suddenly encounters a Bloodborne beast"
Last edited by Arachnid1 on Sep 23rd, 2018 at 04:16 PM
A bunch of abstract, barely connected JJ Abrams tier cutscenes
Almost zero gameplay shown
This will definitely be the game that decides for all time whether Kojima is actually a good game developer or just an idiot savant who's been riding the MGS hype wave for 15 years.
"The Daemon lied with every breath. It could not help itself but to deceive and dismay, to riddle and ruin. The more we conversed, the closer I drew to one singularly ineluctable fact: I would gain no wisdom here."