Hideo Kojima Says He’s ‘Not a Prophet’ in Summer Game Fest Interview

July 14, 2020

On Monday, as part of the Summer Game Fest online gaming festival, show host Geoff Keighley talked to famous game designer Hideo Kojima and artist Yoji Shinkawa. The 25-minute interview was mainly devoted to Death Stranding and its release today on PC. The interview starts at 5:36.

The developers once again reminded the audience about the features of the PC version of the game and the collaboration with Half-Life. In the video, Hideo Kojima spoke about a trip to the Valve office, which took place several years ago. There, the game designer managed to meet Valve co-founder Gabe Newell in person. They managed to quickly find a common language and agreed to go together to SpaceX.

In addition, Geoff Keighley asked if Hideo Kojima considers himself a prophet. In many ways, Death Stranding reflected a very realistic view of human behavior during the coronavirus pandemic. Kojima just made a joke and said: “I’d like to say that am not a prophet, because if I was I probably would have created a game that would sell more.”

The release of Death Stranding on PC is taking place today, so you can already play it on Steam and EGS.

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