Death Stranding Ending Explained - IGN (2023)

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Death Stranding's Ending gets a little wild. Here's the breakdown.

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Death Stranding spends a lot of its hours carrying you, Sam the transporter, from hub city to hub city as you extend its version of the world’s effective first internet connection known in-game as the chiral network. As you're delivering vital packages, Death Stranding's curious story begins to unfold.

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Where do these BTs come from, and what is BRIDGES? How do BB, Amelie, and Cliff Unger all fit into Sam's life? From shocking character reveals and hours-long cut scenes to unsuspected betrayals, we've dissected everything that happens at the end of Death Stranding. If you don't want spoilers, turn back now, and check out our spoiler-free review instead.

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The Final Boss... Er… Final Bosses

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The beginning of the end, so to speak, starts with a series of boss fights, the first of which is a building-sized, goopy, anthropomorphic BT that Higgs rides atop -- with Amelie stuck to it in a wad of chiral gunk.

Higgs escapes following the defeat of his BT mount, and Sam must travel to The Beach to meet him in a mano a mano, Metal Gear Solid-style boss fight. This fight is loaded with references to video games, including Street Fighter-style health bars and a shout out to Mario and Princess Peach.

After Higg’s final defeat, which we’ll go into more of later, Sam then treks back across the whole UCA and encounters a vortex above Lake Knot City that warps him to a Vietnam battlefield. Here Cliff Unger continues his frantic hunt for BB. Unbeknownst to him, he finds BB… But BB is no longer a child. Read on for an explanation of that.

As Sam concludes his cross-country Chiral Network car trip, he runs into one, final BT boss: A giant, flying BT whale. Like most of us, this whale is weak to rocket launchers.

After all of this, much of what remains to be seen in Death Stranding is just that: Stuff you can see, but not play. Yes, there are many hours of cutscenes to come in Episodes 13 and 14. We break down the biggest revelations in those cutscenes below.

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Amelie is Bridget/the Extinction Entity

Death Stranding does a good job of setting you up for the actual big reveal: Amelie and Bridget are actually one person, and together they’re actually an Extinction Entity. The suspicion around Amelie’s existence comes up when Die-Hardman is invited to her beach.

He pre-records a video to point out how odd it is that no one’s ever seen her corporeal, physical form. The Amelie as we know her is a projection of her Ka, or her soul that’s trapped on her beach. Bridget, the older looking Amelie who leads as President of America until her death in the opening acts, is actually the Ha (or body) to Amelie’s Ka.

Amelie, and Bridget for that matter, are actually one and the same, and the larger role they play in the universe is the inevitable destruction of life on Earth. This would be the sixth mass extinction event to date, and the biggest: The Extinction Entity plans to make this one the last, even referring to it as a “Big Bang.”

You Prevent the Sixth Extinction Event

So, turns out Amelie lied to Sam, but maybe not for the worst reasons. While Sam believed he was carrying out official presidential orders to connect the United States to the Chiral Network and bring about a better understanding of the Death Stranding (and, therefore, potentially a solution to surviving it), it turns out he was actually making it easier than ever set off an Extinction Event. And Amelie herself is the Extinction Entity who will invariably, unavoidably end all human life, and lots of other life, as well (yes, MULEs are people, too).

Amelie decided that, instead of waiting for thousands more years, she’d escalate the fulfilment of her role in the universe and execute on her plan for one final extinction (this time including humans) -- and get to spend a little more time with you, too. As Sam connected the Chiral Network, he also connected everyone’s beach to Amelie’s, which allows her to bring the destruction brewing on her beach to Earth, and maybe beyond (it’s unclear how big this Bang actually is).

You are given control back briefly, and Sam is given a revolver by Amelie, along with a message (“A gun won’t help you here. But it still has a role to play.”) and a choice: Either watch the world end and stay with her, or stop the impending apocalypse by cutting her beach off from others’ beaches. You can shoot her, but the bullets have no effect.

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If wait too long, say, wasting time firing the gun, all you’ll bring about is the end of the world -- and a game over screen. However, you can also holster your gun -- this allows Sam to give Amelie a hug, reminding her of the connection she shares with Sam and his love and need to survive and see humanity survive.

This also traps Sam on Amelie’s beach, alone. As the first (of three sets) of the credits roll, Sam is stranded alone. We’ll get back to that in a bit.

Higgs Was Working for Amelie All Along

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If Amelie’s intent was to bring about another Extinction Event, then it tracks that Higgs was working for her all along. Higgs, ever the self-serving baddie, initially took advantage of Fragile’s unique ability to transport between locations using her beach. Higgs and Fragile were partners, and made deliveries together.

But Higgs was eventually seduced away from Fragile by Amelie’s superior power as the Extinction Entity, who could manipulate BTs. According to a journal entry, Amelie gave Higgs a Bridge Baby (BB), and the ability to control things like BTs and Timefall. As he put it, he is no longer just a delivery man, but instead a herald for Amelie and her new world.

After Sam’s showdown with Higgs, Higgs is defeated, and Fragile is finally given the opportunity to kill him. Fragile is unable to kill Higgs in the end because, in her words that Sam repeats back to her, she fixes things, she doesn’t break them. Instead, Fragile gives Higgs a choice between death or eternity on the beach. It’s never said out loud, but judging from the gunshots heard back on the beach, we have to assume Higgs chose death.

Sam is Rescued From Amelie’s Beach

After saving humanity, while Sam is trapped on the beach, listening to Amelie as she appears in moments to explain who she is and what the Death Stranding is. At the end of a series of these explanations, Sam is rescued by Deadman and the others. At first, Heartman and Mama/Lockne jumped to different beaches in search of Sam with no results. The team then tried using President Strands umbilical cord. Unfortunately, President Strand had already cut her beach loose, rendering her umbilical cord useless.

It was ultimately Die-Hardman’s revolver, the gun that was used to kill Cliff Unger and Sam (as a the young BB in a pod, read on for more on that) that led the team to Sam. Before Die-Hardman traveled to Amelie’s beach, he loaded his revolver with Hematic Rounds made from Sam’s blood, thus connecting the gun to all parties. That “part to play” Amelie referred to above is revealed to be a connection to Sam the team uses to pull him from Amelie’s beach.

When the team contacts Sam to retrieve him, five figures appear in the sky above the beach. These five figures appeared in the very first Death Stranding trailer. We have two competing theories on who these figures in the sky are:

  • They could be manifestations of Deadman, Heartman, Fragile, Mama/Lockne, and Die-Hardman as they break through to the beach and reach Sam.
  • They also could be representations of the five previous Extinction Entities.
Whoever these mysterious figures are, Sam's friends couldn't have shown up soon enough: It took them a month in Earth time to find him on what turns out to be his own beach.

Sam is the Original BB All Grown Up

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In a panic, having certainly not intended on killing BB, Amelie rushes to Sam's beach and revives BB, thereby giving renewed life to what eventually becomes Sam, and explains his ability to repatriate from death.

Sam was born to Cliff and Lisa Unger, and was the first baby to be in the UCA’s highly-secretive BB program. The reason Sam gets flashbacks of Cliff throughout the game as he connects to his BB pod is perhaps because of Sam and Clifford’s connection as father and son and not, as we initially were led to believe, because of any connection between him and Lou.

Clifford Unger Is Your Father

Cliff Unger is Sam’s father, and the connections he felt toward BB in those “boss levels” scattered between WWI, WWI, and Vietnam were actually a connection to Sam and not Sam’s own BB, Lou.

It turns out that those crazy storms that sucked Sam into various war zones are actually the setting of Clifford Unger’s beaches. The war zones are a specialized form of beach that seem to have adapted to Clifford’s personal history as a soldier.

When Cliff finds out they’re going to take Sam away from him to be used as a tool, Cliff attempts to escape the facility with the help of Die-Hardman.

Clifford Unger’s Connection to Die-Hardman

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Before he was the Director, Die-Hardman was a soldier under Unger’s command. He got his name because, though Unger led him into battle many times, Unger never let him die. His connection to Unger and Unger’s wife -- BB’s mother -- is that of an ultra-loyal friend and soldier.

It’s why he attempts to protect him without disobeying direct orders after President Strand decrees she’d be taking BB away from Unger to carry out her plans to bring on the Extinction Event sooner than natural events would allow for.

Although he spares Unger several more seconds and moments with BB, ultimately President Strand grabs the gun with Die-Hardman’s finger still on the trigger and forces him to pull it, killing both Unger and BB simultaneously.

Sam is sent to the Beach where Amelie heals him, and this is where he gains his DOOMs and repatriate abilities. He’s never told any of this, and grows up thinking Amelie is his sister, and President Strand is his mother.

The Significance of the Gun

The revolver given to Sam by Amelie belonged to a young Die-Hardman while Clifford Unger was in captivity with his wife and BB. Die-Hardman gives this gun to Clifford to assist in his escape. Clifford uses the gun to kill his wife, then makes his escape attempt.

When Clifford is caught, despite all of Die-Hardman’s efforts to aid him in his escape, he is killed by this revolver. Although Di-Hardman is holding the weapon, the trigger is pulled by Bridget Strand as she reaches from behind.

A bullet strikes the BB as well. We then see the BB appear on a beach where Amelie resurrects BB, aka Sam, for the first time. It is Amelie who gives BB/Sam the power to come back to life, or repatriate.

Sam is given Die-Hardman’s revolver by Amelie shortly before the world-saving hug. After the hug, Sam is stranded on a beach by himself and, thinking he’ll be trapped there for eternity, puts the revolver to his head and pulls the trigger.

Nothing happens. Shortly after that, his friends use the revolver to find him and retrieve him. This explains the “role to play” that Amelie cryptically mentioned when she gave the revolver to Sam.

Lou is Reborn

Having returned to the land of the living, Sam settles back into a private room and Deadman informs him BB has sadly passed away. It’s only a matter of time before necrosis settles in, so, similar to Sam’s first main mission, Sam’s final mission is to transport BB to the incinerator.

Deadman unhooks his data-linked cuffs and lets him know that if he removes them, he’ll be off the UCA’s radar. Deadman not-so-subtly suggests that taking Lou out of the pod to see if he can survive is directly against orders, but that his location and actions won’t be recorded with the cufflinks off.

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Sam briefly sets BB down for the incinerator, and immediately scoops him back up, takes him out of the pod, and desperately attempts to revive him as a BT cord seems to appear around his naval. Fortunately, one heroic hug later (again) brings Lou back to life, setting the two of them up to live happily ever after. Also, Lou is a female, and Sam names her Louise. How cute.

The Post-Game (after the big finale)

When you’ve carried out all your remaining duties, including bringing Louise into real life, the game reverts to two weeks before the presidential inauguration. In this endless post-game you can use and build structures, make side quest deliveries, fight BTs and MULEs, and a few other open-world activities.

Lou is available as your BB, Fragile can help you fast-travel, and the world is generally back to the way it was before alllll of those boss fights we started with at the top of this page.

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FAQs

What is the ending of Death Stranding? ›

In terms of the final events of the game, after the 'Last Stranding' is averted, Sam is given one final task by BRIDGES. Their bridge baby, Lou, has started to die, their body 'necrotising' inside the pod. They are asked to deliver the baby to incinerate it, so that it doesn't trigger a voidout.

Can you still play Death Stranding after ending? ›

Death Stranding Episode 14 - Lou is the final part of the game, following on from the final boss and Episode 13. It features one final order, and what follows is another Episode 15: Tomorrow is in your Hands, allowing you to continue playing beyond the ending.

Why is Death Stranding so controversial? ›

The controversy focuses on asexuality, a topic that often receives a lack of attention, and it would have been easy for Death Stranding to ignore the issue.

Is Cliff Sam's father? ›

Background. Sam was born on November 9th, to Clifford Unger and Lisa Bridges.

Why is Amelies body on the Beach? ›

In the story fabricated by Bridget, her daughter, Samantha America "Amelie" Strand, was born with "locked-in syndrome", a condition that caused her soul to be born on the Beach. This separation of body and soul caused her to be hospitalized for her entire childhood.

Why did Death Stranding get rid of monster? ›

The most likely reason for Monster Energy drinks being removed from Death Stranding Director's Cut is that the licensing agreements simply expired. Rather than renewing them or finding another brand to replace it with, the game's developers likely opted to create an in-universe counterpart to the drinks instead.

Can you avoid BTs in Death Stranding? ›

To summarise: the strategy is to continue moving while crouched - don't run! - while holding your breath, occasionally stopping to catch your breath before the stamina gauge drops too low, then waiting until it recovers so you can hold it and move away again. Repeat this until you are far away from the BT.

Will there be a Death Stranding 2? ›

Kojima Productions Is Working on Death Stranding 2. Death Stranding is definitely in development at Kojima Productions. Norman Reedus allegedly confirmed that Death Stranding Part 2 is officially in the works while being interviewed by Leo in mid-2022.

Was Death Stranding a failure? ›

Kojima's Death Stranding was an odd game. Though it achieved financial success, it failed to surpass other major releases.

Does the rain ever stop in Death Stranding? ›

While some areas of Timefall coincide with Orders and are therefore impossible to skip, usually while traversing through the world, the Timefall will ebb and flow. Sometimes it will be raining and you'll have to deal with the effects, and other times it won't and it'll be smooth sailing.

Is Sam from Death Stranding asexual? ›

“People have grown reticent to form emotional connections with others.” According to folks who have played the game (see: the Waypoint Radio episode on Death Stranding), Sam Porter Bridges may well be asexual himself.

Why was BB SO important Death Stranding? ›

Death Stranding's Bridge Babies (BBs) are harvested from Stillmothers and used as tools to detect BTs, and it's a disturbing plot element. Death Stranding places particular importance on Bridge Babies (BBs), which are fetuses kept in tanks that alert their keeper to the presence of Beached Things (BTs).

Why does Sam not like being touched? ›

A more accurate condition for Sam, then, which would explain the physical impact it has on him, could be tactile allodynia. That's a neurological condition that can make touching physically painful, as well as other normal stimuli like temperature.

Who is the main villain in Death Stranding? ›

Higgs Monaghan, also known as The Man in the Golden Mask, is the main antagonist of the 2019 sci-fi open world action adventure video game by Hideo Kojima, Death Stranding.

Why is Sam a repatriate? ›

Later, it is revealed that Sam's repatriate status was a result of Amelie bringing a neonatal Sam back to life after he was shot to death. This violation of the normal order of life and death made his Ha reject The Beach, resulting in his bodily fluids, thus his Ka, reject beings from The Beach.

Why does Bridget wear a mask? ›

She uses glasses and, occasionally, the BR-10-14P-9999 LUDENS mask in order to preserve her identity during the visits to the BB research installations. Later, when she falls ill due to her disease, she wears a white nightgown and pink bandana very similar to the kerchief that she used years ago.

How did Sam stop the last stranding? ›

This was the goal all along. Sam can prevent The Last Stranding from happening by severing his connection to the Extinction Entity, but he loves her, which makes the choice difficult for him - one supernatural death god, or all life on the planet. The Extinction Entity gives Sam two choices.

Is Amelie a villain? ›

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Though it wasn't hugely surprising given that the game flat-out refers to her as an Extinction Entity long before the ending, Amelie is ultimately revealed to be Death Stranding's kinda-sorta ultimate antagonist.

How did fragile survive the Timefall? ›

According to Fragile, ingesting a cryptobiote a day will thwart the effect of timefall on a person. Indeed, Cryptobiotes are noted to be a form of life adapted to the Beach, and are resistant to Timefall.

Can you cause a Voidout Death Stranding? ›

To cause voidout, you need to get eaten by a giant BT just like the poor guy in the 2017 teaser trailer. Each giant BT has a different attack pattern, but every so often, they will dive headfirst into you (to eat you). If you stray too far from a giant BT, it may use a long-range attack which will only harm you.

Why do people wear skull masks in Death Stranding? ›

The mask reduces the rate stamina is drained and allows the user to travel through Vog without the need to hold their breath.

Does entering your birthday in Death Stranding do anything? ›

The general consensus is that it doesn't really do anything meaningful so you won't have a better or worse experience whatever date you pick. However, you will get a special birthday cutscene on whatever date you choose.

Was monster removed from Death Stranding? ›

Death Stranding: Director's Cut Removes Monster Energy Product Placement. Death Stranding: Director's Cut adds many new things to the original game, but one thing it takes away is its Monster Energy product placement.

What happens if you don't cremate a body in Death Stranding? ›

In the world of Death Stranding the dead must be burned, otherwise the world is exposed to a new destruction causing irreversible damage. So, if you kill someone in the game, don't leave their body lying around: if it decomposes after some time, the game will leave you a message asking you to load another backup.

Is Lou a BB? ›

BB-28, later known as Lou, is the bridge baby encountered, and later used, by Sam during his expeditions.

Why can you double jump in Death Stranding? ›

A lot of players are probably already aware of this, but there's a double jump in Death Stranding. If you push the jump button while in mid-air, Sam will perform another jump. It can' be performed if you're carrying too much weight, but it seems to have a lot of utility for getting over obstacles.

Do I have to incinerate Lou? ›

Sam after meets Deadman holding Lou in her pod - but she appears to be dead, so Deadman tells Sam he has two options - bringing Lou to the incinerator to avoid a void-out, or he can try to take Lou out of the pod to see if she can survive, but that is against the law under the new president.

Did Death Stranding do well in Japan? ›

Death Stranding saw UK boxed sales similar to those of The Order 1866 and Bloodborne - each shifted similar amounts to Death Stranding during their first weeks on sale - all within 3000 copies of each other. According to Famitsu boxed sales data, Death Stranding has sold 262,827 copies in Japan.

Can BTs see you Death Stranding? ›

BTs are invisible, but they can't sneak up on you. Death Stranding gives you two separate early warnings before you can even get close to a BT. First, you must get caught in timefall — that's the creepy rainfall that speeds up time.

Why is it called Death Stranding? ›

The Death Stranding began when the Beach, the world between the afterlife and the physical world of the living, became entangled with the living world. Immediately following the Death Stranding, the soul (termed the 'Ka') of any human who died remains tethered to the body (termed the Ha.)

Why is it never night time in Death Stranding? ›

You ever noticed how it never goes from day to night in Death Stranding? I'm not nit picking or anything. I simply find it rather interesting. Yeah it's supposed to be due to the chiralium in the atmosphere, disperses the light.

Can you avoid Timefall in Death Stranding? ›

Early on, the best way to avoid Timefall is to find shelter in the form of caves, outposts, and cities, and wait out the storm. When you rest in a safe house or private room, you will automatically pass the time by thirty minutes.

Does sleeping do anything Death Stranding? ›

Sleeping restores blood levels in addition to restoring stamina. After getting up, a holographic stone "cairn" may be formed. Like the mushrooms that appear after urination, these cairns can be liked by other players, and resting near a cairn will increase the speed at which Sam recovers.

Why is there a baby in Sam's throat Death Stranding? ›

The second character we saw was Bridge Baby (shortened as BB). This is the baby that Sam (Norman Reedus) carries around with him. Sadly, BB's mom died when he was born, which means that the baby is connected to the world of the dead.

What is the scar on Sams stomach Death Stranding? ›

But Clifford and BB-Sam were both shot dead during the escape, at which point Amelie is (somehow) able to resurrect BB-Sam from her Beach, sealing up his bullet wound which creates the distinctive scar we see on Sam's abdomen throughout the game.

Why is Sam always crying Death Stranding? ›

Much of the crying in Death Stranding is just a slightly more complex version of the kind of allergies many people experience. Instead of being allergic to cats, dust, or tree pollen, Sam 'Porter' Bridges and many of the primary characters have an allergic response to something called Chiralium.

Is Sam Cliff's son? ›

In doing so, Sam connects with Lou one last time and discovers the memories he has viewed are his own: he is Clifford Unger's son, who Bridget Strand had transformed into one of the first BBs, accidentally killed alongside Clifford during a botched escape attempt, and resurrected by Amelie (which triggered the Death ...

Why do they wear handcuffs in Death Stranding? ›

Cuff links are a wearable computer in the form of handcuffs worn by members of Bridges. They act as a health monitor for wearers, as the color of the light they emit changes based on a wearer's status.

What is the message of Death Stranding? ›

Kojima's personal take is that the dead are never truly gone from our lives. “You just can't see them,” he says, “but you're connected.” Indeed, Death Stranding's biggest theme is connection, and Kojima sees a world in disarray. The election of Donald Trump and the Brexit vote in the U.K. directly inspired the game.

Why does Sam have handprints all over his body? ›

Aphenphosmphobia – Sam's phobia that causes human contact to permanently mark his skin, hence the handprint scars all over his body.

Why is Sam covered in handprints? ›

Sam's aphenphosmphobia gives him the fear of being touched or connecting with others. Furthermore, his skin bruises when people touch him, hence the handprint-shaped marks all over his body.

Is Sam the BB? ›

Sam is the Original BB All Grown Up

The reason Sam gets flashbacks of Cliff throughout the game as he connects to his BB pod is perhaps because of Sam and Clifford's connection as father and son and not, as we initially were led to believe, because of any connection between him and Lou.

Who are the 5 floating people in Death Stranding? ›

These five figures appeared in the very first Death Stranding trailer. We have two competing theories on who these figures in the sky are: They could be manifestations of Deadman, Heartman, Fragile, Mama/Lockne, and Die-Hardman as they break through to the beach and reach Sam.

What do BTs mean in Death Stranding? ›

Beached Things (BTs) are entities whose souls are stranded in the world of the living following the events of the Death Stranding.

Are Bridget and Amelie the same person? ›

As it turned out, Bridget and Amelie are the same person, just inhabiting two different spaces. The story presented was Amelie suffering from locked-in syndrome, causing her extended isolation. In reality, the young woman is Bridget's Ka, or soul, and Bridget is the Ha, or body, of the same consciousness.

Why did Sam have to go to the wall? ›

He tells Jon that he is craven and that his father forced him to come to the Wall or face a 'hunting accident' that would result in his death.

What happened to central knot city? ›

Central Knot City was a city in the United Cities of America and the sister city of Capital Knot City who was destroyed in a massive voidout.

Did they get rid of monster in Death Stranding? ›

Death Stranding: Director's Cut Removes Monster Energy Product Placement. Death Stranding: Director's Cut adds many new things to the original game, but one thing it takes away is its Monster Energy product placement.

What happens if you don't burn a body in Death Stranding? ›

Necrosis. Should the body fail to be disposed of in this timeframe, it will undergo Necrosis and eventually become a Beached thing. Afterwards, it will kill the nearest human, resulting in a Voidout. This will destroy the entire map, instantly killing the player and causing a game over.

Why is there a baby in Death Stranding? ›

A Bridge Baby, abbreviated as BB, is an unborn fetus that has been taken from a stillmother to be used as equipment by Bridges operatives, and some separatist groups, granting them the ability to sense and detect the Beached Things.

Why is America so small in Death Stranding? ›

The altered geography of Death Stranding's America is a result of the Timefall, and synchs well with the game's themes, while the smaller map size, of course, is simply a necessary compromise to making it a playable game.

What does crying mean in Death Stranding? ›

Much of the crying in Death Stranding is just a slightly more complex version of the kind of allergies many people experience. Instead of being allergic to cats, dust, or tree pollen, Sam 'Porter' Bridges and many of the primary characters have an allergic response to something called Chiralium.

Who are the 5 beings in Death Stranding? ›

These five figures appeared in the very first Death Stranding trailer. We have two competing theories on who these figures in the sky are: They could be manifestations of Deadman, Heartman, Fragile, Mama/Lockne, and Die-Hardman as they break through to the beach and reach Sam.

Who is the villain in Death Stranding? ›

Higgs Monaghan, also known as The Man in the Golden Mask, is the main antagonist of the 2019 sci-fi open world action adventure video game by Hideo Kojima, Death Stranding.

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