Death Stranding, the ambitious and odd PlayStation 4 game, is one of 2019’s most-anticipated titles. Now, game director Hideo Kojima has revealed its box art and the special-edition SteelBook version. Kojima revealed the new art during a San Diego Comic-Con panel where he spoke about Death Stranding alongside his friend, the movie director Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Only God Forgives).
Twitter user kalai_chik was in attendance at the Comic-Con panel and posted images of the box art and SteelBook case on Twitter. Not only that, but Kojima brought with him the life-sized BB Pod statue that comes with the $200 USD collector’s edition of Death Stranding. Kojima apparently said he was stopped by Customs coming into the USA because of the baby statue.
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Also during the panel, Kojima said it was originally recommended to him that he cast Keanu Reeves in a role in Death Stranding, but the famed game director went with his friend Mads Mikkelsen instead.
Death Stranding launches in November for PS4. A report said the game might also release on Sony’s forthcoming PlayStation 5, but nothing is confirmed at this stage.
For more on Death Stranding, check out GameSpot’s Death Stranding pre-order guide that covers the game’s release date, special edition, bonuses and more.