Kojima has teased his studio's next game with three mysterious logos, and it seems an official reveal could be right around the corner.
Along with players on PS4, PS5, and PC, the figure includes access through subscription services like PlayStation Plus and Game Pass.
A newly-leaked gameplay video offers a brief glimpse of footage that seems to match a leak for the title earlier in the year.
Hideo Kojima has made it clear that as long as he is alive, Kojima Productions will not be sold to another company. He also shot down rumours of a Death Stranding sequel for Stadia being cancelled.
Shioli Kutsuna will join Elle Fanning in the star cast of Kojima Productions' next game, which is continuing to receive cryptic teases.
French musician Yoann Lemoine, better known as Woodkid, was recently scanned over at Kojima Productions, presumably to use his likeness in an upcoming project.
Hideo Kojima, speaking about his studio's new game, has stated that the game is "almost like a new medium". Death Stranding was similarly referred to as a new type of game.
The recent Twitter activity of a Kojima Productions producer seems to imply that the project currently being teased is a Death Stranding sequel.
The latest QR code was discovered on a poster at PAX Australia, which redirects to an image of Fanning with the words, "Who am I?"
Teased at TGS 2022, the new title's main character (seemingly played by Elle Fanning) could be revealed at The Game Awards in December.
Also mentioned are an open world game from Sumo Digital, a survival horror title by Firesprite, and a Returnal PC port.
As per a new report, Stadia boss Phil Harrison ended up cancelling the project following initial approval due to its single player-only nature.
Hideo Kojima and his team at Kojima Productions might be gearing up to announce their next title at The Game Awards in December, as per a prominent insider.
An image with a mysterious woman and the words, "Who am I?" was spotted in the VR Tour alongside the studio's mascot Ludens.
Following recent teases and leaks, it's now been officially confirmed that the open world title is coming to the service on PC.
Following teases by the PC Game Pass account on Twitter, insider Tom Henderson says the action-adventure title is indeed coming to the service.
The Sony-owned open world title might soon be added to Microsoft's subscription service on PC, as per a recent tease.
The Japanese game designer's Twitter activity suggests he has been editing a new trailer, leading to speculation of a potential reveal at Gamescom.
Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 3 were temporarily removed from digital storefronts back in November of last year.
The Japanese game developer says the game would have focused on characters going up against legendary heroes.