Microsoft said it’s partnered with famed game maker Hideo Kojima, the director behind hit games like Metal Gear Solid and Death Stranding for the Xbox video game console. Kojima announced the partnership in a recorded message, but didn’t offer any other details about what the game will be, what it’ll be called or even when it’s being released.
“It may take some time,” Kojima said through a translator during the announcement. The popular developer and leader of Kojima Productions is known for focusing on quality with his games, which sometimes can take many years. Kojima hinted that Microsoft’swill be an important aspect of the title, adding that it’s a game he’s “always wanted to make.”
Microsoft’s announcement came as part of its, which included reveals of the new action game and the , both coming next year. The company also used its event to announce details about the upcoming releases of anticipated titles like Activision Blizzard’s online battle game and its next big .
Kojima’s team is also working on a sequel to its popular PlayStation title,.
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