Death Stranding would never have existed if silent hills had made it past and Norman Reedus is happy with the way everything worked out in the end. The actor, who plays Death Stranding protagonist Sam Porter Bridges in Death Stranding and an unnamed hero who was teased at the end of P.T., recently reflected on what led to him starring in each of Kojima Productions’ latest projects in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
It started with a phone name from Guillermo del Toro, who instructed Reedus that somebody would ask him to do a video game soon and that Reedus should say yes. That is how Reedus met Kojima and have become concerned with Silent Hills, which was first revealed to the world on the finish of P.T. Kojima split from Konami afterward, taking some of his eponymously named studio with him.
After coming back, they said Sony’s back in with Hideo, and we’re going to make a new game,” Reedus mentioned. “I used to be enthusiastic about that, to be honest, as a result of the Hideo came down to San Diego Comic-Con and had an iPad and was exhibiting me among the graphics he was working on, which have been mind-blowing.
Going from Silent Hills to Death Stranding was “completely different,’ Reedus defined. Although P.T. was a shock – no, Reedus hasn’t performed it. However, he has watched, and “it is terrifying” – people knew what it might be about from their experiences with previous games within the sequence.