So surprising absolutely no one, Kojima has announced that he does plan on straight-up making movies in the future. He also hired some top Hollywood talent Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelson, and even Guillermo del Toro to be a part of his newest game, and it's likely that Kojima has had a bug for cinematic filmmaking for some time now.
Video game creator Hideo Kojima has said his new game, Death Stranding, is a reaction to US President Donald Trump and Brexit.
The full documentary is a fascinating watch and everyone should devote thirty minutes to it before the game releases this Friday.
We're sure critics will have a field day with one of Kojima's future films since the man has made games that manage to be subtle and pretentious all at once. It's pretty doubtful that he would direct a Metal Gear Solid movie, though Kojima is helping out with the production. "Movies, dramas, and games will all be streamed, and you'll enjoy them on your iPad or iPhone or a screen anytime, anywhere. When that happens movies, TV shows, and games will be competing in the same space". That's right: we're still sussing out the plot of the first game, yet Kojima is already looking to the future. If the hype for Hideo Kojima's next project is getting the better of you, the experience is a great way of getting yourself wrapped up in that anticipation a little bit more as you move closer and closer to the oddity of the game's actions.
Death Stranding will launch for PS4 on November 8th, with a PC version of the game set to launch at some point in 2020.
The interview has covers a lot of interesting topics, not only about the game itself but also about the themes that it is trying and inspiring throughout the story, which, as you might know, is about reconnecting America in a shattered world.