Norman Reedus may have confirmed Death Stranding 2 development

Norman Reedus and Tom Holland may have more in common than imagined. Both actors have information they shouldn’t have. In the case of Reedus, the actor who starred in Death Stranding, may have confirmed that a sequel is in development. In an interview with Leo, he mentioned that he was “just getting started on the second part,” when the game’s theme came up.

Interestingly, the interview only skimmed his time playing the game. For the most part, it covered his career, so he said great number of about his role as Daryl in AMC’s Zombie. When the topic turns Death Stranding, he wasn’t even asked if another game was coming out. He just replied, “We’ve only just started the second one.”

Reedus then continued, discussing his experience playing protagonist Sam Bridges. “It could take me two or three years to finish all the MoCap sessions and everything,” he said. “It took a lot of work. And then the game came out, and it won all these awards, and that’s a huge thing, so we just started the second part of it.”

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At a glance, it seems that Reedus has confirmed Death Stranding 2 Now one thing is for sure. I mean, you won’t think much of it as “we’ve only just started season two”. It certainly feels like he accidentally let the baby out of the bag. And it doesn’t seem to be the first time. As reported by PCGamesN last year, Reedus mentioned that a sequel is “in talks.” It looks like the talks could have gone well.

Death Stranding released on PlayStation 4 in 2019, but it’s not stuck there. The game was ported to PC a year later, and then Death Stranding Director’s Cut in 2022.

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Zack Zwiezen

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