Hideo Kojima: will mecha and monsters be the protagonists of the new game?

Hideo Kojima certainly needs no introduction, the father of Metal Gear and the recent Death Stranding he has always been a rather enigmatic character who likes to hide clues about his projects through mysterious messages. In addition to these are added the numerous rumors hovering around him and his homonymous production house, few can resist a sudden surge of hype and hopes when alongside the name Kojima Productions we see brands of the caliber of Silent Hill.

Let’s leave rumors behind us for now and let’s go into some alleged revelation about the new project of the development team led by our good Hideo. That they have embarked on a new videogame adventure is certainly not new, but it is news these days that the Kojima Productions is opening up new hires for programmers and designers giving way to suppose that the new game is certainly still embryonic but well underway.

Some advances give us for sure that there will be presence of Mecha and monsters in this new work, as well as apparently to real non-human NPCs, if we then add the fact that in this period we celebrate the anniversary of Death Stranding, it is not excluded that the famous new project is its direct sequel. Perhaps the Games Awards will be able to dispel this fog, hoping that there can be news both on the distant past of Hideo Kojima (the Metal Gear series) and on his more recent past (Silent Hills and indeed Death Stranding).

What do you think of this news? Would you like to see a Death Stranding sequel or something new? Let us know in the comments below in the dedicated section. As always, we invite you to stay tuned to our pages for all the news regarding Hideko Kojima’s new mysterious project.


Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.

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