The most recent production from Kojima Productions was Geoff Keighley’s party decoration. During the on-stage conversation, the Japanese confirmed that during the production of Death Stranding he had modified the story.
The fun is over with gamers – after numerous teasers and announcements regarding the participation of new actors, Death Stranding 2 has been officially revealed during The Game Awards. So far, we haven’t learned many details about the title, whose script, production, design and direction are the responsibility of the creator of the Metal Gear Solid series, but we do know that Norman Reedus, Lea Seydoux, Elle Fanning, Shiuli Kutsuna and Troy Baker contributed to the project.
During the stage performance, Hideo Kojima was asked by Geoff Keighley if the COVID-19 pandemic had any impact on the development of the next Death Stranding installment. It turns out that yes – The Japanese openly admitted that he was recreating the scenario for the game because he “didn’t want to predict any future”.
“I had a history written before the epidemic, but after experiencing the epidemic, I rewrote everything. Also, I no longer wanted to predict any future, so I rewrote the story.”
Anyone who has been in contact with the Sam Porter story will admit that Kojima had a nose when creating this climactic production, and the references to the COVID-19 pandemic, which broke out a few months after the game was released and as a result of which most people had to separate themselves from others, are They come on their own. However, this is not the first time that a talented developer has “predicted the future”, and it is worth noting the information war in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty.
Interestingly, the Japanese encouraged you to read the latest trailer carefully, as it contained many interesting details.
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