Death Stranding ACRONYM Collaboration Jacket

Kojima Productions Restocks $1,700 Death Stranding Jacket

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Death Stranding and German clothing brand ACRONYM are teaming up once again. A remnant of a previous collaboration between the game and the clothing brand, the limited edition Death Stranding jacket, has been restocked in the Kojima Productions Japanese storefront. The BRIDGES logo is found several times on the jacket, and the colors selected reflect those of the BRIDGES organization. How badly will this limited edition jacket hurt your wallet? Well, it comes in at a whopping ¥192,000, or $1,790 roughly. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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This J1A collaboration jacket can only be purchased from the Kojima Productions storefront. Additionally, only one purchase of this jacket can be made per-household. When the Death Stranding jacket was released globally through ACRONYM’s site, it had almost immediately sold out.

For now, the jacket can only be reserved and is scheduled for a May 2020 release. If you missed out on nabbing this exclusive piece of pricey merchandise and don’t mind using a middle man service, now is the time.

ACRONYM has collaborated with other games in the past. This includes Eidos Montreal and the release of their game Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

Death Stranding recently won the award for “Best Graphics” in the Famitsu Dengeki Game Awards 2019. The game also nabbed “Best Character” with Sam Porter Bridges, and Hideo Kojima was awarded Most Valuable Creator.

Death Stranding is available for the PlayStation 4. The game will launch for PCs on July 14, 2020.

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