Death Stranding Goes Gold, Marks Kojima Productions' 1st Major Milestone
After more than three years of development, Hideo Kojima and the Kojima Productions development team announced that Death Stranding has finally gone gold.
That means development has officially finished, though there are still rounds of testing and polishing left to do before the game launches for PlayStation 4.
That launch date is coming up fast: November 8. There's still time to check out all the pre-order options and bonuses here.
Kojima posted the announcement on Twitter. He said it's Kojima Productions' first significant milestone as an independent studio. In the tweet, he thanked Sony — and the entire Kojima Productions team — for everything they did to make the milestone possible.
Got the gold master https://t.co/bCaXp4T43l’s been 3years9m since the studio’s https://t.co/LWCSa0VDGq to mark the 1st step as the new Kojima Productions.Thanks to Sony,Guerrilla,cast members,musicians,artists, staff & fans for supporting us from the start & for all the way thru! pic.twitter.com/LZMlzG7lex— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) September 26, 2019
After multiple trailers, including nearly an hour of footage from the Tokyo Game Show, we still don't really know what Death Stranding is about. We know it heavily leans on the bizarre side of the scale — though that's not necessarily a bad thing and something we kind of expect out of Kojima.
Beyond that, though, is anyone's guess — at least until November 8.