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Death Standing and connections: users have the game to people who can’t afford it

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In the course of the months that have anticipated the publication of Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima has never made a mystery of his will want to try to convey a positive message of hope.

The game director has repeatedly stressed the importance of ties between people, of the tighten connections to overcome isolation. In the course of an interview in the course of the summer, the author hoped that Death Stranding could generate reflections in the players. Well, some players have decided to marry in full the philosophy that has accompanied the launch of the first work of Kojima Productions and make a concrete gesture to create new “connections”.

The all started from a post published on Reddit by the user RamonesRazor, which you can find at the bottom of this news. Inside, the player has announced to give away a copy of Death Stranding to someone who could not afford the purchase. The message has in short time attracted the attention of the active community on the portal, by pushing the other players to make the same gesture. The noble action and the desire to “build bridges” in the real world is finally also come to the attention of the actor, Tommie Earl Jenkins, Die-Hardman in Death Stranding, which has reported on the initiative with a Tweet.

The future is in your hands” is the slogan that has accompanied the arrival of the game on the shelves: Hideo Kojima will be happy with the gesture of these gamers!

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