Xbox is teaming up with Hideo Kojima on an exclusive game

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The project will make use of Microsoft’s cloud technologies, though in what form was not described. “With Microsoft’s cutting edge cloud technology and the change in the industry’s trend, it has now become possible to challenge myself to create this never-before-seen concept,” says Kojima. “It may take some time, but I’m looking forward to teaming up with Xbox Game Studios and hope to bring you some exciting news in the future.”

Hideo Kojima, the creator of Metal Gear Solid, P.T., Death Stranding, and other fan favourites, made an unexpected cameo today at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase. For the first time, Kojima confirmed numerous speculations that have been circulating in previous years by announcing a cooperation with Xbox. While information are scant at the time, and no actual game has been released, Kojima Productions will provide a “whole new experience” to Xbox gamers, according to the figure. The unknown title was characterised as a game that Kojima had long desired to make, one that “no one has ever experienced or seen before.”

Highlights

  • This announcement is similar to what Kojima Productions and Sony revealed back in the day before Death Stranding was fully realized. Rumors say this new project could also be a horror game, though we may have to wait a few years to find out. When it does come out, expect it to hit PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox Cloud Gaming, as well as Xbox Game Pass.

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