Hideo Kojima Says Death Stranding Will be his "Best Work so Far"

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Hideo Kojima Says Death Stranding Will be his "Best Work so Far"

"As we get nearer to the ability to add through technology the ability to portray more expression and things such as temperature, it will soon be easier to reach out through games online than actual interaction between human beings", mused Kojima, as reported by Develop. During our interview, he revealed that part of his motivation for turning his first post-Konami project into a large, Triple-A experience was to prove it's possible to make a big game in Japan without "being part of a big company".

GameSpot spoke with Kojima following his keynote at the 2016 Develop conference in Brighton.

Kojima has become one of today's legendary game designers and producers. Although it is expected to be released on PS4 followed by a PC roll-out.

Video game legend Hideo Kojima talked about how anxious he was about "Death Stranding" getting leaked before this year's surprise announcement E3, he revealed on his recent video on HideoTube. The world having this discussion about what this teaser means was kind of the objective.

Death Stranding debuted via a trailer featuring The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, who was part of Kojima's now-canceled Silent Hills project.

"We were nervous, could barely sleep", Kojima explained in the video.

"Every game brings me closer and closer to making what I imagine", Kojima said.

If you remember, we gave that title a almost flawless 9/10 score in our Metal Gear Solid 5 review, and were fascinated by the reveal trailer earlier this year at E3.

In the hour-long video, Kojima, along with "Death Stranding" writer and HideoTube co-host Kenji Yano, relived the tension pre-E3. As for when it'll be released, well, based on Kojima's track record, and considering the fact that it's not even in full production yet, it could be quite a while before we know when it'll be released.

"As E3 was getting close, many other titles were getting leaked".