People have a chance to get an even better look at the Death Stranding development process. BBC Newsbeat has released an almost half hour long documentary looking at the end of the game’s development, while also providing new insight from Hideo Kojima and a look inside the Kojima Productions offices.
The BBC documentary begins by noting the people behind it first got to see into Kojima Productions in 2016, when the studio was founded, and now had a chance to return right as its first game was being completed. Throughout the video, different areas of the office and creation process are examined. Also, to set the tone for the presentation, Kojima began by saying, “I create my games in the hope that people have fun playing them. So I hope they do have fun, and that’s where I’m a bit anxious.”
Here is the BBC Newsbeat Death Stranding: Inside Kojima Productions presentation.
Death Stranding will come to the PlayStation 4 on November 8, 2019. It will come to PCs in early Summer 2020.