Metal Gear Solid track vocalist is “interested” in what Kojima is creating next.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain director Hideo Kojima has been on the down-low a bit since the game’s release. Though we’ve heard reports of him leaving Konami and having his last day at the office (which Konami subsequently refuted), there hasn’t been any real concrete information on what Kojima has been up to, even with rumours swelling about his appearance at this Thursday’s The Game Awards.
Interestingly enough, singer Donna Burke who sang “Heaven’s Divide” for Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker and “Sins of the Father” for The Phantom Pain’s E3 2013 Red Band trailer provided some clues regarding the same. When speaking to MetalGearSolid.be, Burke was asked about Kojima Productions being disbanded and fans feeling left out.
She responded by saying, “I’m very interested, curious and excited to see what Hideo Kojima is going to be creating next. I’ve heard he will still be based in Tokyo. But all will soon be revealed!”
The last line is particularly interesting – why would Burke be interested in what Kojima is creating next and then say “all will soon be revealed”? Regardless, it seems that something is going on with Hideo Kojima and it’s no coincidence that such buzz is occurring when The Game Awards are around the corner. Stay tuned for more information in the meantime and let us know what you think in the comments.