Kojima Productions is teasing something new at the Tokyo Game Show and on its website, with a QR code linked to a mysterious image that asks “Who am I?”
The company’s merchandise booth at the event features a scannable QR code displayed alongside an enigmatic poster. When scanned, the QR code takes users to an image hosted on the Kojima Productions website depicting a female silhouette covered in the words ‘Who am I?’ The image also shows a new icon above the Kojima Productions logo that is seemingly unrelated to the company’s previous work. The website also encourages users to share the image on various social media sites, implying that it could be a new project.
Hideo Kojima has a knack for revealing his games slowly and enigmatically, with 2019. death stranding being painstakingly revealed over several months using ultra-cryptic trailers. The visionary game director previously worked on the solid metal gear series at Konami, although the two parted ways acrimoniously in 2015 following the release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. He retroactively referred to the series as Kojima Productions titles.
A leaker has also recently claimed that the original solid metal gear could be getting a remake, though it’s unconfirmed if series creator Kojima is involved in the project. The same leaker previously revealed the names of all the assassin’s Creed titles presented at the recent Ubisoft Forward event, days before the company formally presented them, including the flagship Assassin’s Creed: Mirage.
The project could also be a death stranding continuation, an unannounced title recently revealed by actor Norman Reedus. When asked about his work on the original game, Reedus blurted out in an interview with IGN Brazil that he had just started work on the sequel, which he described as “the second part” of the game. death stranding history. Reedus provided the voice and motion capture for the game’s main character, Sam Porter Bridges, a delivery man who must transport valuable and unusual cargo across a desolate United States while fending off enemies known as “stranded things.” The actor had already mocked death stranding 2 in August 2021.
It is unknown if an announcement will be made during Tokyo Game Show 2022, with Kojima stating in early September that his studio had no plans to show anything new at the event. Some fans speculate that Kojima might postpone an announcement until The Game Awards considering his close relationship with industry veteran Geoff Keighley. Keighley also shared the image on Twitter and tagged Kojima, sparking further speculation.
death stranding It is currently available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.
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