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    One of many New Kojima Video games Is a ‘Radical’ Challenge

    Revered creator Hideo Kojima has stated that he’s at the moment experimenting with a “radical” venture, and hopes to delve into video and radio work in 2022.

    To mark the tip of 2021, Kojima thanked followers for his or her help whereas lauding Kojima Productions for managing to launch Dying Stranding: Director’s Minimize for the PlayStation 5 within the midst of the pandemic. Now, he’s prepared to start out “one thing new in earnest.”

    “Though 2021 was nonetheless a really troublesome 12 months for us, we managed to ship the discharge of DSDC for PS5 safely even on this COVID state of affairs whereas we have been solemnly making ready and experimenting with new titles,” Kojima tweeted. “Thanks very a lot. This 12 months, I’m going to start out a brand new work in earnest, and transfer to the subsequent stage of experimentation with a radical venture. I’m additionally hoping to get the video staff going, and I’ll begin doing one thing like a radio venture?”

    Feels like Kojima-san has his arms full!

    In his end-of-year interview with Famitsu journal, Kojima teased at the least two titles, one in every of which he described as a “huge” title and the opposite as a “new problem.” It’s unclear which one in every of these is the “radical” one however we’ll discover out sooner or later. Value noting that it didn’t take Kojima Productions too lengthy to launch Dying Stranding (it was out 4 years after he introduced his partnership with Sony Interactive Leisure to make a PS4 recreation).

    “Because the boundaries of leisure disappear within the close to future, I’d prefer to make this a 12 months that we take a step ahead into difficult completely different mediums and expressions,” Kojima informed Famitsu.

    Now we wait.

    [Source: Twitter]

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