Kojima Productions is now cooperating with Microsoft – this news hit yesterday’s Xbox & Bethesda Showcase like a bomb. So will PlayStation fans be left out of the upcoming titles from cult developer Hideo Kojima? In any case, Kojima Productions is initially trying to calm down and calm down.
Kojima Productions will cooperate with Xbox Game Studios and use Microsoft’s cloud technology for an upcoming, but not yet announced game project. That was confirmed yesterday at the Xbox Showcase when Hideo Kojima himself made an appearance – leaving PlayStation fans wondering.
So far, Kojima had cooperated with Sony and, among other things, only brought Death Stranding far away from the PC to PlayStation consoles. Is the tide turning now and will Kojima titles only be available on Xbox in the future? Despite the new cooperation, it doesn’t seem to be quite like that.
Via Twitter The development studio spoke up about the outcry in the PlayStation community and reassured: “Please be assured that we continue to have a very good partnership with PlayStation.”
Ahead of yesterday’s presentation, Walking Dead star Norman Reedus revealed that Kojima Productions is working on a sequel to Death Stranding – a rumor that Hideo Kojima has not officially denied to date. This IP belongs to Sony, so at least one such title – should it be officially confirmed – should end up on the PlayStation.
It remains to be seen how Kojima’s new game project, which has been shrouded in legend since yesterday and which he says he always wanted to do and for which he uses Microsoft, is doing. Rumor has it that it could be a horror game called Overdose – but in the end for which platforms?