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Death Stranding is one of the biggest games at Tokyo Game Show 2019, which is taking place between September 12 through September 15. The Kojima Productions-developed game is set to be showcased three times during the show and, ahead of the panels, a new poster has been released.

As with most Death Stranding drops, it was revealed online by way of Hideo Kojima’s Twitter account. The poster itself features the large cast of characters depicted in an awesome movie poster-esque format. It’s the kind of art style that you’d ordinarily see for Star Wars or Marvel movies, and it looks awesome.

The artist behind the poster is Pablo Uchida, who also created a piece of key art for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain that was used as promotional material in Japan and featured on the cover of the Definitive Experience re-release of Metal Gear Solid 5. Kyle Cooper, meanwhile, worked on the title design. Cooper is known for his work on numerous movies.

The briefing trailer released alongside the poster was shown behind-closed-doors at Gamescom. While Death Stranding was one of the big reveals during the Opening Night show, this particular video features a deeper dive into the game, specifically the narrative and a few of the characters involved in the story.

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