Metal Gear’s father, Hideo Kojima claims that his latest game, Death Stranding did not predict the pandemic and that he’s not a prophet.
Hideo Kojima, father of the Metal Gear saga, has been called numerous times a person with a fairly advanced vision. His latest work, Death Stranding, is about a world devastated by a catastrophe that forces people to remain isolated, resulting in a fragmented society that avoids physical contact.
Death Stranding has been closely compared to the quarantine situation we have been in since the start of 2020 because of the coronavirus (COVID-19). During the Summer Game Fest, Kojima has been discussing his latest creation with his studio, Kojima Productions, and its PC release.
— Summer Game Fest (@summergamefest) July 13, 2020
During his talk with Geoff Keighley, the Japanese creative said that his game did not predict the pandemic and that he is not a prophet. What’s more, if it were, Kojima believes he would have been able to make a better selling video game than Death Stranding.
The latest from Kojima celebrates its arrival on PC with great promotions, such as the one with NVIDIA, which gives away a digital copy of the game for the purchase of its graphics cards while supplies last (and for a limited time).
Death Stranding has been available on PlayStation 4 since November last year, while the PC version is expected to be released tomorrow, July 14th.
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