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‘Dying Stranding’ Sequel Already Rumored To Be In The Works

RJ Pierce, Tech Occasions

29 August 2021, 04:08 pm

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(Photograph : Olly Curtis/Future Publishing through Getty Photos) A Sony PlayStation 5 DualSense controller, taken on October 29, 2020.

“Dying Stranding” proved to be a really profitable outing for recreation business legend Hideo Kojima. And now, it looks as if he is off to make a sequel for it. 
In accordance with a report by Eurogamer, the “Metallic Gear” creator is already in talks with “The Strolling Lifeless” star Norman Reedus, who additionally headlined “Dying Stranding” himself, for a sequel to Kojima’s most up-to-date main mission. Reedus was truly the one who may’ve not directly confirmed the sequel being “in negotiations.” 

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In a Portuguese interview by IGN Brazil accomplice web site AdoroCinema, Reedus was quoted as saying that he “thinks” a second “Dying Stranding” recreation from Kojima is within the works. Although he did not reveal a lot in regards to the rumored recreation, there is perhaps an excellent probability that if a “Dying Stranding” sequel does exist, he needs to be in it. 
Nevertheless, Kojima was beforehand requested about what he’ll do if he determined to make a sequel to his award-winning mission, which first launched as a extremely touted PlayStation unique. He stated that he’d choose to begin from scratch, all with out actually following the occasions of the primary recreation. This might embrace a novel, standalone storyline with new gameplay, in line with IGN Brazil. 
However in fact, that is nonetheless only a rumor. Hideo Kojima hasn’t commented on this story but, and apart from Reedus’ seemingly off-the-cuff remark, there’s nothing else that is concrete. There’s additionally a chance that Reedus may’ve truly been referring to the PS5 port which is “Dying Stranding: Director’s Minimize,” scheduled to launch this September. 
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‘Dying Stranding’ Sequel’: Huge Sneakers To Fill 
The success of the primary recreation means a possible sequel should reside as much as lofty expectations. Amongst that recreation’s awards included a large sweep of the Sport Audio Community Guild (G.A.N.G.) Awards, in line with Selection. It gained six awards throughout G.A.N.G., together with Audio of the 12 months, Sound Design of the 12 months, Greatest Cinematic/Cutscene Audio, and Greatest Dialogue. 
When Kojima first introduced “Dying Stranding,” it was billed as a genre-defying title that breaks off from conventional recreation design norms. And with out getting too spoiler-y, the sport was praised for its mysterious plot that is proven off by compelling storytelling methods. It was thought of to be a Hideo Kojima masterpiece; one which was crafted with out massive firms like Konami holding his imaginative and prescient again. 
Ought to It Be a PS5-Unique? 
The obvious cause is its predecessor launching as a PS4 unique first, so why not make it a PS5 unique early on? 

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(Photograph : Olly Curtis/Future Publishing through Getty Photos)A Sony PlayStation 5 DualSense controller, taken on October 29, 2020.

For a hypothetical “Dying Stranding” sequel to essentially prime what the primary recreation did, it needs to be made out of the bottom up for the PlayStation 5. With the {hardware} capabilities of Sony’s current-gen console, Kojima could be free to experiment with visuals and gameplay mechanics like by no means earlier than. Simply the PS5’s DualSense controller alone is already a gold mine of distinctive recreation design alternatives that Kojima can use. 
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