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Hideo Kojima Doesn’t Rest Even Now [VIDEO]

Hideo Kojima just doesn’t take a break: even though Death Stranding came out 1.5 months ago on PlayStation 4, he is working on his next project. (Perhaps he should receive a bit of break.)

„Working on the next concept while no one is in the office,” Hideo Kojima wrote in his tweet. The photo has a desk full of things (and we don’t blame him… creative minds tend to have a working environment that might look messy for an outsider), so we can see a dune on his computer, and aside from that, there’s a cast of Norman Reedus’ face, a caveman or gorilla skull, a rubber duckie, a Rotten Tomatoes stress ball, a copy of Wired magazine, a Sony Walkman, a Japanese book with a band, possibly with Joy Division or New Order, and there might be a hundred more items that we probably did not find at first glance… but since he said it is a concept, it’s unlikely that his next game will be set in a desert, as Kojima already teased working on something horror-related, as we discussed before.

As Kojima is possibly working on something for PlayStation, let’s take a segueway to something else, as Sucker Punch’s upcoming PlayStation 4-exclusive, Ghost of Tsushima, which will launch next summer, received a free dynamic PlayStation 4-theme that you should get as early as possible, as the codes will be disabled after January 31, and you might forget about it by then. The code can be activated via the PlayStation Store, and each region got a separate code:

  • Americas: BEFB-AMNR-R4F6
  • Europe/AU/NZ/Russia/Middle East/Africa/India: 38BE-G6N8-L93A
  • Japan: N4TK-59NH-2LH3
  • Korea: EM56-NTNC-EHX8
  • Rest of Asia: DHLN-HANF-F6LH

 

So Ghost of Tsushima will launch sometime next summer on PlayStation 4, and who knows when Kojima’s next title will appear (not to mention the platforms; meanwhile, Death Stranding gets a PC port next early summer).

Source: WCCFTech, WCCFTech

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