Hideo Kojima is known for crazy ideas and weird concepts – who else wants a game that changes in real time or who wants to create their own game from a single word game? But that is exactly what they do for many fascination this man out, so it’s no wonder that fans keep a close eye on his work.
And like Kojima on twitter shared, it already seems knee deep in the next project to get stuck. The background of the photo he showed there is quite blurred and everyone involved has their backs to the camera. However, that doesn’t stop fans from doing so already Guesswork about the possible participants to employ.
Kojima’s new project: will Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen be there again?
Several commentators believe in the picture Norman Reedus and Mads Mikkelsen to recognize. The two actors aren’t just for her roles in Death Stranding, Kojima’s last work, known, they often show up with the Metal Gear Solid creator in public and on social media.
In any case, the hairstyles and physique of the people photographed were enough clues for some to make the assumption about Mikkelsen and Reedus. Kojima’s caption is unfortunately cryptic as usual and therefore gives no real information: “Lately I’ve been looking at the plan and the script again and experimenting with everything else.”
It remains exciting what exactly Kojima’s project is about. While a video game might be the most obvious, it could also be a movie. After all, he’s in his company Kojima Productions just opened his own department for film, television and music and Kojima has always had a weakness for cinematic staging anyway.
Even Geoff Keighley seems to be very fascinated by Kojima’s work, he also commented on the photo a corresponding emoji. Maybe that’s an indication that we’ll see more of Kojima’s project at the upcoming Game Awards 2021, which will take place on 9th of December be held?
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