Do the Death Stranding main missions send you back to early locations?

Do the Death Stranding main missions send you back to early locations? - Person in Brown Coat and Black Hat Standing Near White and Black Floral Wall

I am debating if I should get each location to 5 stars as I go along - or skip along main missions, and then go back to get 5 stars.

That is, I assume 5 stars everywhere is required for the lore?





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Is anything missable in Death Stranding?

Are there missable missions in Death Stranding? Yes, unfortunately, you can miss missions in Death Stranding. If you continue too far along with the main story missions (the ones highlighted with an orange strand), then you may notice that side-missions become unavailable.

Can you replay story missions in Death Stranding?

One of the features that Death Stranding Director's Cut has introduced, is the ability to replay Boss Battles.

Should I complete all orders in Death Stranding?

Saving the side missions and standard orders until you have a better way to move cargo will make everything about Death Stranding easier and faster. Once you get faster, more efficient ways to move more cargo, going back to complete the standard orders and max out each location's connection level becomes much easier.

How many main missions are in Death Stranding?

Death Stranding consists of 14 main story chapters and a prologue that comes before all of them. After beating the game, you will enter a 15th chapter, however, it is impossible to complete it.




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