This is an article on how to repatriate, the act of reviving, in the game Death Stranding. Read on to learn how to come back from the beach after being killed by BT (monsters) or falling off a cliff, etc.
When you are killed by enemies or fall off a cliff, etc., you are transported to a large ocean area (the Beach). While you are here, you can simply hold the square button to be revived. After repatriating, a large crater will be left behind from where you died.
In this area, you cannot leave by swimming upwards and trying to exit. If you want to repatriate, hold square to come back.
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