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Freaky P.T Easter Egg Spotted in Death Stranding Director’s Cut

We will probably never get to play P.T. The game was meant to be a Silent Hill successor project between Hideo Kojima and Konami but was canned after Kojima was fired from the studio. The horror project saw a demo release on PS4 back in 2014 and starred Norman Reedus who was originally meant to play the main character. While the project never saw the light of day, thankfully it did help blossom a relationship between Kojima and Reedus. As a result, Norman got cast as the main character in Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding and the rest is history.

In the latest release of Death Stranding Director’s Cut, Hideo Kojima felt like honouring his cancelled horror game, P.T through a pretty cool Easter Egg. According to fans who are playing the game, the shadowy figure from P.T is actually in Death Stranding Director’s Cut.

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Multiple videos showing off this figure have appeared online. Players describe the encounter that happens in the Private Room of Sam Porter Bridges (played by Norman Reedus) as scary.

During certain parts of the game, players wake up in the Private Room and the camera perspective switches from first-person to third-person. However, when the camera switches to third-person, players have then spotted a figure in Sam’s shower that represents the same freaky person from the P.T demo.

The P.T figure stands completely still until players get closer to it. It then starts to freak out before jumping out at the player and waking Reedus up from his sleep. It seems that the whole experience is nothing but a dream. Seems fitting for a game that sounded too good to be true. Check out the clip down below thanks to the Death Stranding Reddit community.

Death Stranding Director’s Cut is out now only on PS5.

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Source: Reddit

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