PlayStation’s first State of Play showed off a massive new trailer death stranding 2, but surprisingly that wasn’t Hideo Kojima’s biggest news of the day. The legendary creator is once again working with PlayStation to return to his roots by creating an all-new action spy title, a genre invented by Metal Gear.
The project titled Ficintowas announced by Herman Hulst, head of PlayStation Studios, and was accompanied by a short message from Kojima himself.
Kojima says, “I can’t say much about it right now, but I plan to bring together cutting-edge technology and talent from around the world to produce it.” They are the same in terms of look, story, theme, cast, acting, fashion, and sound. ”
Kojima has long talked about wanting to blur the lines between games and movies. That was the key point of his December announcement. death stranding movie is made by A24 as well as Xbox exclusive OD, another upcoming game from Kojima Productions. The studio’s website has press release For OD it looks like this:Outer diameter Explore the concept of testing your fear threshold and what it means. Outer diameter It depicts fear while blurring the line between games and movies. ”
Of course, it’s not clear exactly what “blurring the lines” even means, but interestingly, the announcement during State of Play suggests that Columbia Pictures’ huge studio in California It ended with a shot of the camera zooming out.
Director Kojima has long talked about his love for movies, and has also made movies. Weekly posts to X About the movie he’s watching now.a documentary The Movie, which was released last year, is very much about that love, so it’s not at all surprising to see creators sinking even deeper into creating a “Movie” project.
As for this new action spy game, it will be quite a few years before we see it. In his announcement, Kojima clarified that the project is still in its early stages and that production will not even begin until it is completed. death stranding 2 Wrapped.
death stranding 2 is expected to be released in 2025, but no more specific date is available. With that in mind, it seems likely that this project will not materialize until around 2027 at the earliest. But he certainly seems confident, saying, “In two years, I’ll be celebrating 40 years as a game developer. I’m sure this game will be the culmination of my career.” Masu.
It’s an interesting choice on PlayStation’s part to announce this kind of project years before the details are known. But then again, the company’s 2024 first-party release schedule seems a bit light, and it’s easy to think PlayStation would want to drum up excitement.