In a recent interview with men’s website Leo, Norman Reedus confirmed the existence of a Death Stranding sequel. While the official announcement of a Death Stranding sequel has yet to be made, the actor did confirm that he had been in talks with Hideo Kojima to make a new video game. Many assumed this meant a director’s cut of the first game. Reedus also discussed how he met Kojima and his involvement in the project. The actor also said he had a great friendship with Guillermo del Toro, who helped him in his film career.
In an exclusive interview with Leo Edit, the star of Death Stranding, Norman Reedus, spoke about his experience of meeting Hideo Kojima through his friendship with Guillermo Del Toro. Reedus has previously hinted at the possibility of a Death Stranding sequel.
The game was originally developed for the PlayStation 4, but later ported to PC. A director’s cut version of the game was released with more tweaks and content. In addition, Reedus reveals that he would be returning to reprise his role as Sam Porter Bridges.
According to the interview, the director of the game, Kojima, is working on a sequel to the game, which was released in November of 2018. The game follows the journey of porter Sam Bridges to reconnect America after a massive earthquake.
This game is a bit bizarre and odd at the same time, with its focus on walking through mountains and picturesque fields. Although he has not spoken publicly about the project, he did state that the sequel is currently in the works.