Well put an exclamation point above our heads. At the PlayStation State of Play, Kojima hit the stage with Herman Hulst after the debut of his amazing new Death Stranding 2: On The Beach trailer. What wasn’t expected was another announcement; that PlayStation has commissioned Kojima to make a new, exclusive action espionage title for them. While it’s definitely a ways out (the team is currently the one on Death Stranding 2), one would assume this will be a spiritual successor to the Metal Gear Solid series. Dubbed “Physint”, who the heck knows what’s in store.
“Yes, today, I’m excited to announce that we at Kojima Productions are creating a brand-new action-espionage game,” said Hideo Kojima. “Preparations are underway, but production will begin in earnest after Death Stranding 2. We have strong experience with Sony Interactive Entertainment, having grown the action-espionage genre together for almost 30 years, and while most of our partnerships with Sony in the past have been for games, they also produce music and films, and this will definitely be a cooperative collaboration.”
With the full support of Sony Interactive Entertainment, this new action-espionage game will use cutting-edge technology and a stellar cast to deliver an experience like no other. Blurring the boundaries between film and games, offering near life-like graphics and a new take on interactive entertainment.
“PHYSINT (working title)” will be the third, new original IP since the establishment of KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS. It is a completely new “Action Espionage” for the next-generation. It will be created using cutting-edge technology and the best talents from around the world, both from… pic.twitter.com/0vnMXJbGNz
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