news\ Jul 13, 2016 at 11:58 am

Hideo Kojima claims Death Stranding will be his "best work so far"

It might be his weirdest work so far

During the Develop Conference, the mastermind behind the Metal Gear Solid series, Hideo Kojima, said that his new PlayStation 4 and PC game, Death Stranding, will be the best game he has ever made.

While taking the stage at this year's Develop Conference with the PlayStation 4 system architect Mark Cenry by his side Kojima said that his new game Death Stranding will be the best game he has ever made. He also gave some explanation as to why it will be so good. Apparently, he has been forced to make compromises in certain areas on his previous projects in order to get the game done, there won't be any compromises limiting Kojima this time around.

"So far, when I've been making games, I've had to give up on something or at least compromise on something in order to get things done. But this time, working with you [Mark Cerny] and you bringing the state of the art technologies, we will get around that [problem].
I'm very confident that we're working towards something completely new and that no one has seen so far. This will be my best work so far, I'm very confident about that."

Kojima first announced Death Stranding at the Sony press event at E3 2016 from what was shown it will probably be one of Kojima's weirdest games, if it will be one of his best game is still for the future for decide.

Not much is known about Hideo Kojima's new game but a few teasers and clues were dropped in the trailer. They also recently announced that Death Stranding is close to entering full production and that all that was shown in the trailer will be in the game.

No release date for Death Stranding has been been revealed yet but it will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PC and will probably be a special and unique game worth the wait.

Source: Gamespot

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