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Why Hideo Kojima fans reckon Death Stranding is set in Iceland
Hideo Kojima has spent the last week teasing a new trailer for Death Stranding – and now fans think the game is set at least in part in Iceland.
The legendary Japanese game creator is known for his Easter eggs and breadcrumb trails, so the following may in fact turn out to be a load of old bobbins. But! There is a compelling theory – acknowledged, it seems, by Kojima himself – that points the finger at Iceland being key to Death Stranding in some way.
First up, do you remember the moss-filled Death Stranding screenshot Kojima tweeted earlier this week? One fan reckons it lines up with moss found on top of lava fields in Iceland – and has combined an image of the real world with Kojima’s screenshot to help back up his point.
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