Will Xbox and Hideo Kojima present a new game together at the Game Awards 2021?

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Will Xbox and Hideo Kojima present a new game together at the Game Awards 2021?

The collaboration between Xbox and Hideo Kojima is “confirmed” by a dubious source.

We have long heard of a game of Kojima in collaboration with Xbox, which if real will change many of the paradigms that have been established so far in the industry. And according to the protagonists of the Xbox News Podcast, this collaboration is not only real, but we will see a reveal at the end of the year during the Game Awards. This was confirmed by Miles Dompier during the aforementioned podcast.

Of course, these kinds of statements leave the time they find, as there is no further evidence that could confirm them. In any case, Dompier claims to have proof of this collaboration between Xbox and Kojima: what these proofs are we do not know, but the game, according to the insider, should be previewed during the The Games Awards 2021 to be held at the end of the year.

Rumors about a possible game for Kojima and Xbox began by specifying that Hideo Kojima and Microsoft had signed a letter of intent stating that both parties intended to specify the details of a publishing agreement for a new Xbox game. According to this, the teams of both studios have been discussing a possible association for months, and now, if we are to believe these rumors, it seems that this phase has not only been passed, but that the project is in full production. Below you can take a look at the video: the interesting part is at the minute 26:45.

As always, curb the enthusiasm: currently neither Xbox nor Hideo Kojima have leaked anything, so until there is an official announcement we can relegate this news under the heading of rumors.

Source: Ruetir

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