If you can't wait for the death hang to come to your PC, someone will offer you a game.
Walking simulator Is a new game just hit Steam. A quick look at its Steam page can tell you everything you need to know about the type of game.
If it's not obvious, Walking Simulator is a game where you are responsible for delivering packages to stranded NPCs in the post-coronavirus world. If you exclude the shady epidemic, it's clearly inspired by death stranding-we call it heuristic.
Players wear safety belts so they can stack packages on their backs and trek through the vast world. Our friends at Rock Rock Shotgun have already played it, and they say you don't actually have to worry about the weight here, although you still want those who like it to upgrade your settings.
However, one thing it doesn't do is Kojima's overly indulgent cutscenes. It also lacks Norman Reedus, bare buttocks, and commercials on TV shows instead of The Walking Dead.
Even if you ignore those weird physics and cynical speeches, it's hard to tell if this is a careful joke about "walking simulators", "death stranding" imitations-or as suggested by RPS, developers are attracting traffic a method. And other "real" games.
If you are curious, you can use the "walking simulator" for free. Download from the link above. If you want to wait for the real thing, Death Strand will be available on June 2.