Hideo Kojima says he would consider making a sequel to Death Stranding but it probably wouldn’t continue on from the first game.
Silent Hills, the game Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima worked on with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro before its cancellation, looked pretty scary.
A new trailer for Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding was shown at The Game Awards 2016 and, expectedly, it was quite weird. It featured a in-game version of what looked like film director Guillermo Del Toro carrying a baby in an incubation chamber while hiding from the military.
A new translation of the Nikkei article suggests that Hideo Kojima is not in fact in discussions to form a new Sony studio. Rather, the report appears to claim he's launching a new studio of his own with other former Kojima Productions staffers and is in negotiations with Sony to have their first game debut on PlayStation.
The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus, who was going to play a role in the canceled Silent Hills project, has now spoken out to say a game involving him, Hideo Kojima, and Guillermo del Toro "needs to happen."