Norman Reedus Discusses Future Projects And The Possibility Of More Death Stranding
The divisive video game that is Death Stranding made waves upon its release last year, offering gamers an interesting combination of Hideo Kojima storytelling and, well, lots of fetch quests. Love it or hate it, Kojima Productions is in a very good place following the title’s massive success, and now, Death Stranding star Norman Reedus is teasing future collaborative projects with Hideo Kojima that may include a Death Stranding sequel.
In a new video for Wired, Norman Reedus fired up the speculation train with a few interesting off-the-cuff comments about his plans for the future. When speaking about his work on Death Stranding with Hideo Kojima, Reedus mentions that they are “in talks to do other stuff.” Further along in the interview, Reedus is asked what he is working on now, to which he once again brings up the prospect of working with Kojima, stating this time that the pair are talking about working on more “Death Stranding stuff.”
It deserves mentioning that Hideo Kojima has stated numerous times that he’d like to do something horror-related for his next project, going so far as to claim that he is working on awakening his “horror soul” to really get into the right mindset. So, unless Reedus is jumping into creating a new horror movie with Kojima – which is certainly a possibility – we may have to wait until after the game developer’s horror project ships before we get a glimpse of another possible Death Stranding project between Norman Reedus and Hideo Kojima. Hey, at least if it ends up being a movie, there won’t be any issue finding someone to play Sam Porter Bridges.
Death Stranding is now available for the PlayStation 4, with the title coming to PC on June 2, 2020.
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