(Update) Kojima’s Next Project Resumes Development

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(Update) Kojima’s Next Project Resumes Development

(Update) Ludvig Forssell finally specifies that this project is not linked to Kojima in view of the extent taken by his previous intervention.

Woah woah woah. People need to calm their horsie-poos; this is a side-project I’m working on, not related to KJP.
Am stoked about this one though!

—Ludvig Forssell (@Ludvig_Forssell) October 22, 2020


(Original Article) This is via a tweet from Ludwig Forssell, the composer and audio director of Kojima Productions, that we learn today that the teams have resumed work on the next project of the Japanese creator. In this image we can discovering Kojima during a recent orchestral recording, which Forssell says is for a new game.

Unfortunately for us, this photo does not help us discover new information about the project in question and it is to be hoped that the creator takes advantage of the Game Awards at the end of the year to announce his title officially.

Do you think that the horror game track is still relevant or that Kojima will still offer us a work that came out of nowhere like Death Stranding?

First “COVID recording” this year (for undisclosed project). Super happy with the results! pic.twitter.com/bpMrD3jAOB

—Ludvig Forssell (@Ludvig_Forssell) October 21, 2020

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