Meet Kojima in the flesh.
In case you missed it, the Death Stranding World Strand Tour will be visiting Singapore as its one and only stop in Southeast Asia. The event will take place at the Victoria Theatre in Singapore on 17 November 2019, where Hideo Kojima himself will be appearing.
Earlier today on Facebook, PlayStation Asia finally revealed how members of the public will be able to get tickets and attend the Death Stranding World Strand Tour in Singapore. There are two different ways to do so, but keep in mind that tickets are extremely limited so you’ll have to purchase them as quick as you can.
First Method: Via Online (280 Tickets)
The first method is to get the tickets online, the amount of which is limited to just 280. The tickets will be available to purchase on the Peatix official website, where an unspecified number of those tickets will be released and go live at 12pm noon GMT+8 daily for a period of three days from 4 to 6 November 2019.
Once you’ve successfully purchased your ticket online, you’ll be able to collect your wristband between 2pm to 4pm on the day of the event itself on 17 November 2019. However, seats will still be allocated on a first come first serve basis, so try to get yourselves there as early as possible to grab the best seats.
Second Method: In Person (230 Tickets)
If you missed out on purchasing them online, you can still attend the event by heading to the Victoria Theatre on the day of the event on 17 November 2019, where tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis. Try to get there as early as possible because tickets are limited to only 230.
Even if you can’t manage to get any of the 280 online tickets or 230 in-person tickets, there is still technically a chance for you to attend the event; by joining the standby queue, where the organisers will be releasing uncollected wristbands (from online purchases) to fans on-site before the event commences.
Prices for the tickets have yet to be revealed, so it’s unclear how much you’ll need to fork out to attend the Death Stranding World Strand Tour in Singapore. With only 510 tickets available, scalpers will probably take advantage of that scarcity and grab the online tickets as soon as they go live.
Death Stranding is slated to release on 8 November 2019. In the meantime, check out our in-depth review of the highly-anticipated debut game from Kojima Productions here.