Metal Gear Solid and Zone of the Enders creator Hideo Kojima announced that his latest game, Death Stranding would ship with a very easy mode. Death Stranding is a PS4-exclusive game with a November 8 release date and it seems that even non-gamers shouldn’t have a problem playing it. Kojima claimed that those who weren’t able to finish the first level of Pac-Man would be able to finish Death Stranding.

When games and game developers pride themselves on being exceptionally tough and challenging, its heartening to see Kojima go in a direction that’s a lot more accepting and accessible. Perhaps the only challenge in Death Stranding would be understanding what exactly is going on in the game?

In more tangible Death Stranding news, you can pre-order the Special Edition of the game in India right now.

Death Stranding has two limited edition variants — Special and Collector’s. While Sony is yet to confirm the latter, the former is indeed making it to India. Speaking to The Mako Reactor, retailers have been told that they will receive stock of Death Stranding Special Edition with pre-orders starting now.

The Death Stranding Special Edition price is Rs. 4,999 and should have a release date in line with the standard edition of the game — November 8, 2019. Expect the likes of Amazon and Flipkart to have it listed in addition to specialist storefronts like Games The Shop. Offline stores have already started taking pre-orders.

Death Stranding Special Edition

The Death Stranding Special Edition has a price of Rs. 4,999 much like the God of War Limited Edition and the Spider-Man PS4 Special Edition that eventually skipped India. Here’s what you get.

  • SteelBook case
  • Pre-order bonus content: All standard edition pre-order bonus content
  • Special gold version of the Gold “Ludens Mask” Sunglasses earned through gameplay
  • Digital bonuses: Death Stranding: Timefall (Original Music from the World of Death Stranding),
  • Music Album Digital Download, Behind the Scenes Making Of Digital Video

Death Stranding is out on November 8 for the PS4.

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