Death Stranding: discovered an extra scene after 2 years

Death Stranding: discovered an extra scene after 2 years

Death Stranding

Death Stranding, the latest effort by Hideo Kojima (creator of the historic and iconic Metal Gear saga), has been out for almost two years, exactly on November 8, 2019. Nevertheless, players are still able to find news inside, rekindling in the hearts of those who loved the opera the desire to play it again. A player, on the game's sub-reddit, has in fact reported having discovered a secret scene starring Sam and his trusty travel companion, the BB (Bridge Baby). Without getting lost in chatter let's examine together what the sequence shows!

First of all, there are two requirements to be respected to activate the secret scene: BB must be in autotoxemia (i.e. with the maximum stress level) and Sam deathbed. At this point, entering one of the shelters, a scene will activate that will see Sam putting the BB back in the special machinery to reduce his stress. After that, exhausted and dirty with chiralium, he throws himself on his bed catching his breath and falling asleep immediately. A normal scene but which, so far, no one had reported.

The duration of the video is short (about 26 seconds), and you can view it yourself thanks to the video below posted by 'aadipie' on Reddit. As always, we invite you to stay tuned with us at Game Division for the latest news on your favorite titles. In the meantime, also check out our article dedicated to the complete catalog of PlayStation Now titles. Click here to view it!

If BB is autotoxemic and Sam’s near dead with exhaustion here’s a bonus cutscene that plays out when dropping into a facility. from DeathStranding



Here is the description of the title, for anyone who wants to approach it: “Sam Bridges has to face a world completely transformed by DEATH STRANDING. Carrying the disconnected fragments of our future into his hands, he will set out on a journey to reconstruct, step by step, the shattered world ".

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Death Stranding Did Very Well On PC, Earning $27 Million

Death Stranding first found success as a PS4 exclusive, but the game has evidently done very well on PC, as well. Publisher 505 Games' parent organization Digital Bros has shared the game's impressive revenue figures in its latest financial report, and it dwarfs the company's other games.


For the year ending December 31, 2020, Death Stranding managed to earn more than €23 million, which is over $27 million. This is despite the game only releasing in July of that year, and put it significantly above the company's other major AAA games like Control and Ghostrunner for the year.


However, Control actually performed slightly better back when it came to PC in 2019, making slightly more money in a shorter amount of time. The difference is that Control released on PC at the same time as other platforms, meaning those who wanted to play the game on PC could do so right out of the gate. With Death Stranding, hardcore fans needed to get it on PS4 if they wanted to play right away, reducing their need to get it again when it did come to PC.


PC was Digital Bros' biggest digital platform in 2020, and it wasn't even close. It was responsible for more than 66% of its total digital revenue that year, with the PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo platforms only adding up to about 28% in total.


It remains to be seen what's next for Hideo Kojima and his team. One big change for the next game will be its composer, as veteran Kojima Productions composer Ludvig Forssell left the company in March following a 10-year stint that included work on Death Stranding and Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.

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