Death Stranding Star Norman Reedus Hints at a New Collaboration With Hideo Kojima

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By Nico Parungo | More Articles Comic Book Fan and Lazy Gamer
March 11, 2020  11:38 AM



 

Death Stranding, for better or worse, left an impact on gamers everywhere by giving them one of the oddest, yet most engaging experiences they’ve ever had. It’s basically a troublesome walking simulator with a lot of great actors and some third-person shooting from time-to-time. Whether you think it’s good or bad, what’s important is that this is the game Kojima wanted to create and can even be considered art.

Norman Reedus, star of The Walking Dead and Death Stranding, has stated that he and Hideo Kojima are in-talks for another project during one of those weird Q and A videos that WIRED likes to do. Reedus doesn’t say if it’s going to be a video game or a movie but we’re going to guess that it’s the former since that’s Kojima’s specialty.

“…And then I met Hideo at Comic Con in San Diego. He came out, back when we were going to do a different game and he showed me what he was working on and I was just blown away. The guy is like a super genius. And then I became friends with him, started working with him, and we kept going. So we did Death Stranding, which was a huge hit, and we’re in talks to do other stuff.”

There were some rumors that Kojima was working on Silent Hills again, a game fans really want to see, but we won’t say anything unless its official. Many hearts were broken when Konami canceled the project after a falling out with Kojima and the fact that they’ve only made pachinko machines since it has made a lot of us angry.

Death Stranding is available now on PS4 and is coming to PC soon.

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