After saying it was in “negotiations” in August 2021, it looks like Kojima Productions is moving forward with another Death Strandingaccording to actor Norman Reedus.
In an interview with Leo Edit, asked about his career and Death Stranding, Reedus, who played Sam “Porter” Bridges in the first entry, simply said that they “just started the second,” which is reiterated in his next quote. He didn’t elaborate until he started talking about how he bonded with Hideo Kojima through Guillermo del Toro and the bizarre implications of having a digital recreation of yourself. However, he talked about the cameras used by Kojima Productions, but it was unclear if he was talking about the unconfirmed sequel or the original.
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“They also have this new 5g camera, where you can just be in a green room, and when it turns left, it builds cities,” Reedus said. “And as he looks up, he’s building a sky. And you put that in a computer with dialogue. I asked Hideo, ‘Do you ever need a camera crew or an actor again? ?’ And he was like, ‘No, you’re never going to capture a person’s soul. You’re always going to need an actor. And I was like, ‘Thank God you’re telling me that. I thought I was going to be unemployed.
Kojima Productions is still shrouded in mystery as the studio hasn’t revealed what it’s working on. It was reported in July 2021 that Kojima had signed a deal with Microsoft and there are also rumors that the developer is creating one of the few silent Hill games allegedly in production. And with three unconfirmed games (and a new media studio), only time can tell what the team is actually developing.
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