Hideo Kojima's first major project since his departure from Konami has been teased with freaky cinematic trailers for over a year, but now players can finally have a look at what Death Stranding really has in store for them. Wagner is known for her roles in series like The Bionic Woman and The Six Million Dollar Man as well as films like The Paper Chase while Seydoux will be remembered for her roles in films like Spectre, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.More news: United Kingdom minister resigns, plans to rebel over parliament's Brexit role
We were finally treated to actual gameplay. The game features some huge Hollywood talent that also includes Guillermo del Toro and Mads Mikkelson. "As you know, Léa is a world class actress from France".
By that, we meant that he actually left utterly confused once again just like the first three teaser trailers that he and his team at Kojima Productions have released for the past two years.More news: Trump and Kim Jong-Un walk around Singapore summit venue
"Out of necessity for our game, we undertook the process of recreating Lindsay's younger self from her recent 3D scan data".
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The little gameplay shown, however, doesn't make clear what the game is really about. The PS4-exclusive title has fueled years of fan speculation with dizzying weird trailers, but slowly, we're learning more about the title ahead of its release.