A panel about Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima’s mysterious next project, is on the schedule for this weekend’s PlayStation Experience event. Those in attendance at the Anaheim, California-based celebration of all things PlayStation will have the chance to hear Kojima and unnamed “special guests” talk shop about the game, shining a spotlight on it for the first time since E3 2016.
On Dec. 3 at 1 p.m. PT, the Kojima Productions panel is set to take place. It’s not yet clear if this or other panels will be streamed live, although they were last year. (The annual keynote presentation will be viewable online, however; it kicks off at 10 a.m. PT.) Regardless, those on the showfloor will be able to watch Kojima and others involved with the project discuss Death Stranding — although we’re not sure to what extent quite yet.
Details about the panel and Death Stranding itself remain vague. During Sony’s E3 press conference in June, Kojima took to the stage to unveil a teaser for the project, which is due out on PlayStation 4. There’s still little information about the open-world action game’s story or how it plays, let alone its release date.
Even with almost nothing to go off of, Death Stranding remains hotly anticipated, thanks to its pedigree and status as the newly formed Kojima Productions’ first revealed project.
All we have for now is the following look at Death Stranding, with a character resembling The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus cradling a newborn. It’s a teaser that launched a thousand questions earlier this year, and we’ll see this Saturday whether Kojima is ready to start answering some of them.