Main characters of DEATH STRANDING revealed at TGS last week. Yoji made this drawing for TGS based on the setting, the design, the gimmick, the outfit, and the casting as of today (minor change might be considered in future) BTW, there's a few more main character will appear. pic.twitter.com/XV5hA2jv5U— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) September 28, 2018
In a teaser-recap of the Tokyo Game Show, Hideo Kojima let loose word that there are a few main characters yet to be revealed. The company had recently teased many of the important figures in an artistic drawing that shows the setting, art style, outfits, and their casting decisions. They noted there might be minor changes in the future, especially since there are "a few more main characters" still to come.
Sony and Kojima are still playing their cards close to the chest with Death Stranding. While the recent TGS trailer finally offered more than just scenes of the main charactrering walking around with weird stuff attached to his persons, we still don't have a solid clue regarding its plot or core gameplay.
With no release date in sight, we expect things to keep on at this trickling pace until the team feels confident enough to talk about the game in greater detail..
June 11, 2018 — New E3 trailer!
At E3 2018, Sony and Kojima debuted a new trailer for Death Stranding. The trailer didn't do much to answer any of the lingering questions we have, but there was quite a bit to be learned.
The trailer also gave us our first bit of gameplay, but it was anticlimactic at best. It shows the main character Sam traversing a variety of different terrain types, as well as wading in water and scaling a mountain cliff. Some of the scenes show some sort of robots following him to wherever he's going.
Later on in the trailer, we see Sam gearing up for a mission by activating his weird capsule baby and the mechanical arm. He can be seen sneaking past some ghostly, smokey figures, and whatever he has on him is apparently keeping them at bay. At the end, however, something goes wrong and Sam is pulled into the ground by a bunch of shadowy hands.
In a blog post on the PlayStation Blog, Kojima notes about Sam:
Some might have already picked up on this, but Sam is unlike any other hero you may have seen in games before. A typical hero is usually some sort of elite or someone with a military background. Sam is not. He is a working man of sorts — a hands-on professional. Someone with a skillset akin to a blue-collar worker.
We also see a couple of new characters, including Léa Seydoux from Blue is the Warmest Color, and Lindsay Wagner from The Bionic Woman. Two more unnamed characters have been confirmed, and we also now know that the music featured in the trailers to date was made by a group named Silent Poets. Still no release date, folks.
Source : https://www.androidcentral.com/death-stranding-everything-you-need-know