It looks like we will be getting a new trailer for Death Stranding very soon, although exactly when is still unclear at the moment.

On his Twitter account, renowned game designer Hideo Kojima recently released yet another photo that shows a selfie of him wearing sunglasses and standing next to a pair of monitors, one of which was showing the logo of Death Stranding while the other had some sort of video editing software on it. Moreover, we can also see action figures of Kratos and his son Atreus under one of the two monitors, which is likely a playful nod to 2018’s God of War, another PS4 exclusive title.

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The teaser photo posted on Hideo Kojima's Twitter page

That said, we still have no idea when the trailer will arrive or what we can expect from it.

Kojima already demonstrated the first couple of hours of Death Stranding’s gameplay earlier this year, but that was only to the staff of Guerrilla Games, the studio behind Horizon: Zero Dawn. So it’s clear that he has a lot to show about this highly-anticipated project. We just have to be a little bit more patient.

E3 2019 is fast approaching, but Sony has already stated that it won’t be present. That means there is no place for Death Stranding at the convention. Right now, we have to content ourselves with some cinematic teases from the past as well as the first gameplay footage originally revealed at E3 last year.  As for the future of the game, reports surfaced lately claim Death Stranding will still be a PS4 release, and it’s not clear whether or not it will come to the PS5 as well.

 
The gameplay trailer revealed at E3 2018

Hopefully, we’ll get a clearer idea of what Death Stranding has to offer in term of gameplay. Stay tuned for more update.