Hideo Kojima Reportedly to Sign New Deal with Microsoft’s Xbox Consoles

Hideo Kojima Reportedly to Sign New Deal with Microsoft's Xbox Consoles
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New rumors from Microsoft and Xbox coming for inspired Hideo Kojima, have been close to a new deal for the video game, splitting from long-standing Sony partner.

Reports were initially shared by Venture Beat, which reveals that Hideo Kojima is now talking about exclusive solutions with Microsoft. The host of The XboxEra Nick Baker shared that, while Kojima wanted to pursue his relationship with Sony and PlayStation after the Death Stranding game. Also, Sony looking for new opportunities instead to go in a separate direction due to the negative feedback and sales for the game.

Nick Baker said that Google and Stadia both wanted to collaborate with Kojima, something we never never learned before. The same was proposed in relation to Google and Kojima in a paper earlier in 2021. But this relationship still fell, possibly because of the improvements made by Google in creating its own Stadia applications.

If it is all to be believed, it appears that Kojima has found himself working on his new title in conversations with Xbox. Although Xbox may not have been the business to which it first put out the latest concept, I imagine that Microsoft has already had a great time cooperating with the developer of Metal Gear Solid games.

In general, be aware that none of these facts have been fully checked and take all that is currently included in a grain of salt. However, if Hideo Kojima will finally collaborate with Xbox in the future, we might learn more about it later in 2021. However, the negotiations between Xbox and Kojima are just rumors, but people looking to work together obviously should be on the lookout for more updates coming soon.

While it has been said that the contract between the two sides may not yet have ended, it seems that things will move rapidly in that direction. Another insider of the Xbox now has detailed information about that secret deal.

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