Death Stranding 50-Minute Gameplay Demo At Tokyo Game Show 2019 I Watch It Here!

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Death Stranding

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A few more months before Death Stranding‘s release date, Hideo Kojima, the game’s director debuted a 50-minute long gameplay footage at the Tokyo Game Show 2019. The video is from the TGS 2019 Live Show at Playstation Japan Youtube Channel. Check it out below! 

The game is on a Japanese voice-over together with a Japanese commentary led by Hideo Kojima that lasts for almost 1 hour and 20 minutes. The gameplay starts at 7:28 up to 55:58, almost 50 minutes, the newly released footage gave fans a deeper look on Death Stranding.

And for our non-Japanese speaker readers here below is the detailed breakdown and some juicy explanations of the 50-minute gameplay released at TGS 2019 from Playstation Blog.

Preparation Is Key

First, we see Sam likely preparing for a mission by picking his equipment and balancing his cargo. His loadout isn’t just attached to his back; he seems to meticulously equip his suit and to carefully select attachments for his arms as well. How these different attachments and options affect his capabilities in the field remain to be seen, but it seems like it’ll be worth it to get things just right before setting out.

Plot Your Own Course

Before leaving the facility, Sam also takes a moment to examine the map, which can be shifted into a topographical view that takes all the area’s hills, valleys, and bodies of water into account. Players can place markers to plot a specific course, as well as prepare necessary equipment like ladders, anchors, and boots for the journey ahead.

You’re Not The Only One Exploring This World

While we’re pretty sure you won’t be bumping into direct contact with other players in this world, it seems you may come across things they’ve built or left behind.* There are clear signs of other travelers like yourself using equipment to cross gaps and scale mountains, making you the benefactor of their generous intrepidness. Be sure to leave them a like for their troubles — it’s not yet known what purpose that serves, but at least it will make them feel deservedly appreciated.

Treat Yourself

Given the responsibility placed on Sam’s shoulders, both literally and figuratively, Death Stranding encourages moments of tranquility and recuperation. We see Sam taking some time to rest in the grass, with prompts for him to massage his shoulders, stretch his legs or sneak in a quick nap. He’ll stop to play a tune from a quest-given harmonica or bathe in a Recharging Spring, prompting the BB to respond with appreciative coos and likes.

On The Move

Sam can move at different paces despite being loaded to the brim with cargo and equipment. We see Sam equip an “Active Skeleton” that lets him run faster and farther. He also pulls off some rather epic jumps despite his massive pack of cargo — getting around should be a lot more interesting once you acquire one of these. We can also see Sam steal a MULE truck for a quick escape, and later on, ride a motorcycle, illustrating that traversal in Death Stranding can take many forms.

Lighten The Load

Sam can also equip a Floating Carrier: a hovering palette of sorts that Sam can pack cargo onto, and be pulled along behind him as he walks. This should make a big difference in terms of Sam’s capacity to transport goods, speeding up deliveries and allowing for more flexibility should he come across lost cargo he doesn’t want to leave behind.

That Floating Carrier Can Carry You, Too

Later in the video we see Sam hop onto his empty Floating Carrier to zoom down from his high vantage point and stealthily approach a MULE camp. This sort of speedy, convenient traversal hints at multiple ways to approach a challenge, giving Sam an even more efficient way of getting down beyond the rope and ladders we’ve already seen.

Don’t Be A Drag

Sam finds himself in danger in the second half of the footage, when his sensor alerts him to nearby activity. We see him struggle to shift his weight and break free from the BT’s tar covered grip, and eventually be dragged into combat with a more formidable foe. If running isn’t an option, as it appears in this section of gameplay, then removing packages to keep Sam lighter during combat is. He’ll need to move swiftly to lob Hematic and EX Grenades (we’ll let you guess what those are made from) or use the Anti-BT Handgun from a distance. Should you survive, don’t forget to grab your discarded cargo.

Make Meaningful Connections

Sam isn’t alone in the world of Death Stranding. We see him complete a couple deliveries throughout the new footage, one to return lost cargo and the other in which he approaches a larger facility and is met with a hologram version of one of its residents. Upon delivery completion, each facility representative greeted Sam to thank him for his trouble and allowed him to add their base to a larger sprawling Chiral Network. It seems these forged connections are at the heart of his journey.

Death Stranding is due out this November 8, 2019, exclusively for PlayStation 4, pre-order yours now here at Playasia.


If you missed it, Death Stranding is a PS4 exclusive upcoming action game. It is the debut game of Kojima Productions, a studio established by the legendary game developer, Hideo Kojima.

Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Kojima Productions revealed the release date of the upcoming Sony exclusive game through a 9-minute long trailer. So, if you are already decided to pick up this game, better get that pen and mark that calendar as Death Stranding will land on the PlayStation 4 consoles on November 8th this year.

The trailer below shows Norman Reedus’ character, Sam, exploring the world and riding his cool futuristic motorcycle while fighting both human and supernatural enemies along his way. His mission? To save the U.S. in the brink of extinction, one that he seems skeptical that it will do any good.


Here’s another official description of the game via

Tomorrow Is In Your Hands

After the collapse of civilization, Sam Bridges must journey across a ravaged landscape crawling with otherworldly threats to save mankind from the brink of extinction. From legendary game creator Hideo Kojima comes an all-new, genre-defying experience for the PlayStation 4 system.

Starring Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, Léa Seydoux, and Lindsay Wagner.

A Journey to Reconnect a Fractured Society

In the near future, mysterious explosions have rocked the planet, setting off a series of supernatural events known as the Death Stranding. With spectral creatures plaguing the landscape, and the planet on the verge of a mass extinction, it’s up to Sam Bridges to journey across the ravaged wasteland and save mankind from impending annihilation.


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