The employees of this food delivery service emulate Sam Porter Bridges.
Many are comparing Death Stranding with the current situation of isolation and crisis that the world is going through. Delivery people have been considered essential workers throughout the pandemic, since it is the only way to make purchases avoiding displacement, including food delivery services for people who cannot supply themselves.
The Chinese application Ele.me has caught the attention of the players of the work of Hideo Kojima, since the system that the delivery man uses to carry the merchandise on his back is quite similar to that of Sam Porter Bridges. This exoskeleton is capable of making the worker carry 50 kilos of weight with great ease.
The dealer will probably have to face the same obstacles as Sam in Death Stranding since it should not be easy to maintain balance with such equipment hanging on his back. In the video that has shared the Twitter account of Sixth Tone we see this worker in action, I mean to capture the attention of Hideo Kojima.
Meanwhile, the release of Death Stranding on PC continues to be postponed by the coronavirus.
Straight out of a video game: China’s ubiquitous food-delivery app https://t.co/O6kOT9RrJG caught the Chinese internet’s attention this week after testing a powered exoskeleton for its couriers. The exoskeleton endows the wearer with the strength to carry up to 50 kg with ease. pic.twitter.com/4elmxRhLDU
— Sixth Tone (@SixthTone) April 30, 2020
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