Death Stranding star Mads Mikkelsen has become the latest person to tease an aspect of how Hideo Kojima’s next game will actually play out, saying that its “whole concept” revolves around “collaboration from different people from different parts of the world”.

Speaking to Total Film (via GamesRadar), Mikkelsen’s words are yet another tease that point to a game that’s about bringing its player base together. Here they are in full:

“The whole concept of playing the game, as I understand, needs collaboration from different people from different parts of the world, which is also another level of fantastic-ness.”

We’ve previously heard from co-star Norman Reedus that the game would include “elements of social media”, and Kojima himself has said he wants to make a game that connects players with “ropes” rather than “sticks” and that he “definitely want[s] to try something different for online.”

This is the first time we’ve heard that the game’s “whole concept” revolves around collaboration, though – but it’s worth noting that Mikkelsen has repeatedly said that he’s not totally clear on exactly what’s going on in the game.

That said, Kojima has previously encouraged an entire player base to work together in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain’s (still unsuccessful) Nuclear Disarmament challenge – that may be something he wants to build on here.

Perhaps we’ll find out more when we finally see the E3 trailer Kojima’s been teasing recently – but knowing ol’ Hideo, probably not.


Joe Skrebels is IGN’s UK News Editor, and he hopes the whole game’s about giving people a leg up over a wall, like the start of Takeshi’s Castle. Follow him on Twitter.



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