It is no mystery that Hideo Kojima wants to remain free so that he can express his art without external interference, for this reason has no intention of selling Kojima Productions indeed, it is currently already weighing on the next steps to be taken in the future.
During the Anan Awards in Japan, Hideo Kojima was awarded for Death Stranding in the “Culture” category and on this occasion the Japanese producer declared that he is looking forward to the future, which will see it expand into other areas of production and creativity, linked to film and music.
“My body is made up of 70% films” these are the words of the biography of Hideo Kojima on Twitter and we know that Metal Gear’s dad is a great movie lover While music seems to be a more recent passion, Hideo has personally chosen the writers of the Death Stranding soundtrack, including Low Roar, a band that recently faced the passing of singer Ryan Karazija at the young age of 40.
Last year Kojima Productions opened a studio dedicated to films, music and TV series, an unequivocal sign of how the maestro wants to devote himself to other projects not directly related to the world of video games. My next game will be like a new medium recently declared Hideo Kojima, with The Game Awards upon us the feeling (or at least, the hope) is that we will soon know more.