Death Stranding creator Hideo Kojima said last summer that he’d lately had a “main” venture cancelled, and that he was “fairly p*ssed” about it “however that’s the video games trade for you”. There’s an excellent likelihood that this title was scheduled to launch on Stadia, as a VGC report reveals that Google was speaking to the Metal Gear Solid man to create an “episodic horror recreation” for its cloud streaming platform.
These of you who comply with gaming information intently will know that the tech juggernaut shuttered all of its internal development studios lately, however in line with sources talking with the aforementioned publication, Kojima’s venture by no means actually received off the bottom. In an interview with the BBC in 2019, the previous Konami man revealed that he needed to create a recreation within the cloud, so the truth that discussions had been happening is hardly shocking.
Kojima Productions, unsurprisingly, hasn’t commented on the report – it’ll be attention-grabbing to see whether or not it companions with an alternate cloud gaming supplier to understand its ambition, or if this venture is on ice. VGC continues that Google backed out of a venture with Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki as properly, whereas it additionally cancelled a Journey to the Savage Planet sequel and a model new multiplayer motion recreation from ex-Assassin’s Creed personnel.