In the latest issue of Famitsu, Hideo Kojima e Yoji Shinkawa of Kojima Productions have embarked on a nostalgic journey talking about the development of Death Stranding, but with ideas already projected to the near future.
Kojima said he would be interested in trying to try his hand at developing small or episodic games, not just triple A like Death Stranding. Sam's journey across America has affected the vast majority of players, but the idea of a Kojima Productions game that does not require you to pause your life is certainly intriguing.
Kojima has already experienced this in the past when he gave a taste of The Phantom Pain through his prologue, Ground Zeroes. Everything takes place in one location, a military camp in Cuba, over the course of one night. Although in a much smaller format, with Ground Zeroes, the producer has returned to the glories of the first two chapters of Metal Gear Solid.
The study plans to tackle several future plans, including another great triple A game, although it remains to be seen what form it will take. Kojima added that he would like to develop a multi-mecha game, as this is the specialty of Shinkawa, his longtime friend and collaborator. Outside of games, the couple would also like to work on a manga together.
Pending new developments, we remind you that Death Stranding is available on PlayStation 4 and will arrive on PC in the next summer.