Death Stranding continues to be a number of days away from launch, however that didn’t cease Hideo Kojima, the sport’s director, from hinting at what he might do subsequent. As a part of a BBC documentary on the making of the sport, the legendary sport designer stated that his studio, Kojima Productions, will begin making movies sooner or later.
“If you can do one thing well, you can do everything well,” Kojima jokes within the documentary.
He goes on to clarify his concept that sooner or later, video games will transfer to streaming, one thing that doesn’t sound too far-off in the meanwhile. Kojima says that when that’s the case video games, video games should compete with movies and drama, as a result of they’ll all occupy the identical area in our lives on our telephone or pill screens. Kojima thinks it will result in a completely new sort of sport, one which he’s excited to create.
As for Death Stranding itself, it already appears to blur the traces between films and video games, not less than by typical sport requirements. Whether this sort of a hybrid is what Kojima means when he refers to movies, or if he desires his studio to make precise movement photos isn’t precisely clear. But no matter Kojima’s subsequent plan is it’s certain to be … fairly bizarre.