Death Stranding – the latest and incredible game created by Hideo Kojima – has been available for about a year now: Sam’s adventure Porter Bridges arrived on 8 November last year, with the (almost) undisputed acclaim of critics and audiences around the world.
In view of the first anniversary of the title’s release in stores, the guys at Guerrilla Games – creators of Horizon: Zero Dawn and its sequel currently in development – have decided to share an amazing artwork by Kukiol showing the characters from their respective franchises, Aloy and Sam , united while using a zipline identical to the one used in Hideo Kojima’s title.
You can find it a little further down, directly from the tweet of the Dutch developers.
It’s almost been one year since the release of Death Stranding! We love seeing your cross-over art with Horizon ???? @ KojiPro2015_EN
???? Fan art by Kukiol – https://t.co/hYGMAoEjAH pic.twitter.com/V8enjtzhaP
– Guerrilla (@Guerrilla) October 30, 2020
It’s been almost a year since Death Stranding was released! We love to see the game “crossed with Horizon.
The fusion between the two games is not a coincidence for its own sake: Death Stranding in fact uses the Decima Engine of Guerrilla Games, although the link between the Kojima’s work and the software house does not end there: in fact, a good number of developers coming from the studio author of the Killzone saga have actively participated in the development of the good Hideo game.
Read also: Kojima talks about the Death Stranding 2 teaser.
We also remember that Kojima Productions has announced that it has kicked off a new project, also officially kicking off a wave of hires to produce it to the best of its ability. But that’s not all: the composer of the Death Stranding soundtrack would also be working on the new project (although perhaps it’s still too early to talk about it).
Death Stranding is available on PS4 and PC. In our review by Stefania “Tahva” Sperandio we explained that the title «will exude, from every little detail, the personality of its author, just like someone reading a Stephen King novel or sees a Quentin Tarantino movie and knows what to expect. »
You can also take Death Stranding home on PC in a fantastic physical Steelbook for the guaranteed minimum price!