Death Stranding world tour in photos and videos

Hideo Kojima, Yoji Shinkawa and several others of the Kojima Productions team have concluded their ‘World Strand Tour’, a lengthy world tour promoting the release of Death Stranding. The first stop was Paris, France, where Kojima revealed the launch trailer at an event during Paris Games Week on October 30th. The next day Yoji Shinkawa was at Micromania for a signing session.


After that, the team was off to London, for an interview at the BAFTAs together with Nicolas Windig Refn. There was also a ‘Death Stranding Experience’ at the Stables Market in Camden, where fans waited in the rain for up to five hours for a chance to meet Hideo Kojima.


The next stop was Berlin, Germany, where Kojima was interviewed together with film director Fatih Akin at an EGX panel.


Berlin was the final destination in Europe, before Kojima and his team traveled to the United States. In New York, a gallery experience featuring The Art of Death Stranding was set up. Kojima also did a meet and greet with fans.

New York

After that, Kojima and several members of the Death Stranding cast hosted a live stream in anticipation of the game’s release. Hideo Kojima, Lindsay Wagner, Troy Baker, Tommie Earl Jenkins and Norman Reedus were all interviewed by Geoff Keighley.

Following the New York events, Kojima, Shinkawa and the others were off to the west coast, to San Francisco, to sign autographs in one of the GameStop stores.

San Francisco

With their trips to the US concluded, the team flew back to Japan, were they held to events, one in Tokyo and one in Osaka.



After a few days back in his homeland, the world tour continued in the last few Asian cities. First, they headed to Singapore.


Next on the list was Taipei, the capital of Taiwan.


And finally, after a week back in Japan, the last stop of the tour was in Seoul, South Korea.


Kojima Productions also released an aftermovie of the tour.

Source: Hideo Kojima Twitter, Kojima Productions Twitter, Ayako Terashima Twitter

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