The English rock band’s music could be used in Kojima’s upcoming game.
Hideo Kojima is no stranger to using licensed songs in his game, and we can probably expect the upcoming Death Stranding to be no different. Already, Kojima has used songs from various bands for some of the game’s trailers, including Low Roar, Silent Poets, and most recently, Apocalyptica. Now it looks like another name might be added to that list.
Kojima recently took to Twitter to share that the English rock band Bring Me the Horizon visited Kojima Productions, before sharing another image later on that showed one of their songs playing on his phone. That’s not a confirmation of anything, of course, but it does hint that we might be about to hear something soon.
Death Stranding is in like for an “exclusive new look” at Gamescom Opening Night tomorrow, so perhaps we might be seeing a new trailer with a song from Bring Me the Horizon? There’s not long left, so we’ll find out one way or another pretty soon.
Death Stranding is out exclusively for the PS4 on November 8.
BRING ME THE HORIZON has visited Kojima Productions. Thanks for the CD and vinyls!🌈🌈🦀🐋🙏🏻🐟☔️💀👶✋😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/SaxjIIZpiv
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